Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Nov 18, 2013.
Is he still having rib problems? Might not be a good idea if he is.
Hey, he went to Fordham. In the Bronx. So our street cred should improve.
Can't be a worse idea than what weve already done all season.
The Titans signed John Skelton on Monday, but he don’t look for him on the field any time soon.
The plan is for Skelton to be the No. 3 quarterback, behind starter Ryan Fitzpatrick and backup Rusty Smith.
Skelton, who’s in his fourth NFL season, is expected to be inactive on Sunday against the Raiders.
“We thought we had a need just because the way quarterbacks get hurt,’’ coach Mike Munchak said. “Rusty will go in if anything happens to Fitz, but this allows us to have somebody else here learning our offense in case we have another injury.”
If Fitzpatrick and Smith are both injured in the game and Skelton is inactive, Munchak said the Titans would run a Wildcat-type offense possibly led by running backs Shonn Greene or Chris Johnson.
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Wouldn't that wildcat be fun to watch. I hope both get hurt. We aren't going to win anyway, so at least entertain me.
good point, this one reminds me of VY's last year though because things were actually looking good and went to crap so fast.
John Skelton!? Finally I can sleep easier.
i remember that, we were 5-2 and VY was playing well then boom the redskins game happens and all the sh** in the world hits the fan!
The Rifle remains on the cusp of greatness.
Best gofer in all of middle TN. He brings hot coffee every day.
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