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Titans agree to terms with OT Michael Oher

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Shanvhere, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. Msut10

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    I like the signing as it now lets us go BPA all the way now instead of having to use a high pick on a tackle. That should really pay off if we want to try and snag a qb in the 2nd like many wanted.
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  2. vengeance0909

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    According to PFT on the signing of Oher

    We have to believe Ozzie Newsome is chuckling at this one. Oher, 28 in May, never got better during his five-year stint in Baltimore, struggling mightily in spot duty at left tackle and performing at a well-below-average clip on the right side. He graded out as Pro Football Focus' No. 68 tackle in 2013, among 76 qualifiers. Oher was a dead-last 76th in run blocking with eight sacks allowed. He'll replace David Stewart at right tackle in Nashville. For the second consecutive offseason, the Titans are having a head-scratching free agency period under scuffling GM Ruston Webster. (At least they "landed" Charlie Whitehurst.)
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    We just got OWNED
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  3. lilkhmerkid4u

    lilkhmerkid4u Somebody Saveeeeeee Meee!

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    Titans signed RT Michael Oher to a four-year, $20 million contract with $9.5 million guaranteed.
    We have to believe Ozzie Newsome is chuckling at this one. Oher, 28 in May, never got better during his five-year stint in Baltimore, struggling mightily in spot duty at left tackle and performing at a well-below-average clip on the right side. He graded out as Pro Football Focus' No. 68 tackle in 2013, among 76 qualifiers. Oher was a dead-last 76th in run blocking with eight sacks allowed. He'll replace David Stewart at right tackle in Nashville. For the second consecutive offseason, the Titans are having a head-scratching free agency period under scuffling GM Ruston Webster. (At least they "landed" Charlie Whitehurst.)


    Loooool
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  4. vengeance0909

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    COPY CAT
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  5. Thesaurus

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    Yet they still placed him 29th on their top 100 free agents list.
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  6. vengeance0909

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    makes sense right? lol
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  7. Danimal

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    The Ravens suck and Flaco is a puss. Let's give this a chance. I think this guy needs a change of scenery and we definitely have that.
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  8. memphis_raven

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    He was awful last year, no doubt. A big part of it was lack of effort. New scenery closer to home and who knows? If he's motivated, he could be pretty solid and as mentioned, he never misses a play.

    One man's trash...
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  9. UrbanLegend3

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    For every negative comment I read on Oher Iread one about how talented he is. Sounds like a guy for whom coaching will be extremely important. The right coaching and scheme may be key here.
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  10. ThatTitansGuy

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    68 out of 72 WOW. Webster, Tommy, and Whiz are high as balls.
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