Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Two Kings, Mar 8, 2014.
I think we have several of those on defense....
Hes in a bad spot right now.
lol he wont be traded. However if we do lose him we better get a better plan than Greene. And judging our draft history at RB's i don't trust the draft either. We hit on George and CJ. Every other rb we've drafted has sucked.
I think he's perfectly happy to leave Nashville. He'll get decent money somewhere else. I doubt he feels like he's in a bad spot at all.
No he's in a pickle for sure and heres why.
He held out, so he's willing to play hard ball and the front office knows it. Because of that we'll dangle him out there trying to trade him for up to the next 3 months. That puts him at a considerable disadvantage. By that time most teams will have filled all their vacant spots. Sure he'll sign somewhere and play in 2014 but not at the dollar he believes he's worth. He's taking a sizable loss by not restructuring with us.
No sense in referencing past drafts when talking RB's. Ruston Webster has never shown an interest in RB's in the draft so no one knows what he can get for us.
He has however shown a great batting average while taking WR's, CB's, and, Offensive linemen. I trust his judgement in evaluating talent.
Which cb's are you referring to? Also he hasn't really hit on a O-lineman yet either. Last year Schwenke was hurt and Warmack was not that good.
Those guys can iron out the wrinkles in their game, even you know that.
As for the CB's, Coty Sensabaugh has proven to be a good 4th round CB. And weren't you the one going on and on about how good Khalid Wooten could be....
haha true. Sensabaugh wasn't terrible. And yes I still think Wooten can be good. He just needs a shot.
I think he prays to CJ's nuts. So for him it would be blasphemy to sign or draft another RB.
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