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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by PhiSlammaJamma, Feb 10, 2007.
of course the fact that the Giants player just let loose of him doesn't play into it all does it
I know I basically ignored that in that post, but as I put it earlier, it made it seem like we could do no wrong in that fourth quarter, that infers a lot of luck. Still, you cant deny that the fact that Young quickly regained balance (not too easy when you've just had a 265 lb DE run into you) and got up the field for a first down is pretty impressive and is part of what the team rallied around, they saw they had a QB who would do his part and then some, and they knew they could win the game.
That play was pure luck although not too many QBs would have finished the play with that nice of a run. Elway would have thrown a TD pass instead.
I have a problem saying that play was the play of the year simply because it was more like the screw up of the year.
I voted for the Finnegan fumble return. That was one of the most incredible displays of athleticism, speed and field awareness I have seen in a long time. The stiff arm was nice as well. That kid can play and needs to be on the field at some position on every down IMO.
Pac climbing the ladder in the Giants game for his second INT was pretty huge. Without that all the Young stuff would have never happened, he would have been on the sidelines.
Mathias Kiwanuka main issue was being gun shy. He was a week or two off of a major roughing call in another game. He felt he was in the grass and did not want to get a penalty for driving him in the ground. (Still an arse:clown: IMO)
I am suprised this did not make it as well:
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my favorite part of that is that Young held out a number ten jersey instead of the traditional #1 that first round selections hold, kinda made me wonder how long the decision had been made
according to fisher in an interview, about three days. i think he said that in the "Hey Rookie, Welcome to the NFL" show they had on espn.
They knew he was going to be there. Williams had already signed with Houston, and they knew Bush would go #2...
Play of the year:
Drafting Vince Young.