wade is good...but pac is something else.....

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  1. titan_fan_4ever

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    i mean bobby wade is indeed doing a nice job returning kicks...but sorry pac is the best returner we got for the following reasons.....

    1 - he is strait up faster then wade
    2 - he is smaller then wade...harder to hit and bring down....
    3 - he has a strong frame
    4 - he's got more moves
    5 - seems to have better vision...its much harder to reutnr punts for TDs then kicks and wade has had more oppurtunities just look at how many teams score on us and still no kickoff retrn for a TD has happned all yr and pac last yr did have a couple...and he's also got a couple of punt returns for TDs...yeah i mean c'mon fish

    i mean he should def be both return men (PR/KR). also its funny b/c i mean after a kickoff return the offense takes the field just like after a punt...and u'd think like o.k. he will have AT LEAST like 3 min (tahts w/ assumin we get 0 first downs) of rest after the return which is more then enough time to catch his breath and take the field for D.
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  2. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    he pulled double duty on that at one point but really, think about it. How many plays is pacman on the field going toe to toe with a wr? He's always covering their best receiver. I agree that Pac can return ko, and be effective, even better than Wade or Roby. It's just that it's more work than he should be asked to do. The Titans should create some special team opportunities for some other guys.
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  3. Fry

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    pac was on the field for like 95 plays against the eagles, thats without returning kicksoffs
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    I'd say that's alot.
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  5. PitBull

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    Apart from giving him enough chance to catch his breath, it would be too much to ask of him to be our PR, KR, and our leading CB.
    The possibility of him being injured is huge..

    He's one of our top stars and we can't afford that happening in future seasons when we're winning and need him the most.

    I bet JF will make Wade or someone else share PRs with him next season. I doubt he'll see any KR action.
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  6. Hoffa

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    Pac has to work at not coughing up the ball so much on punt returns.
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  7. SupDawg

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    Pac asks Fish every time the opponent scores if he can go and return the kickoff. I agree with the first poster. Pac gives us our best opportunity to return kicks period. When asked this question, Fish always defense Wade saying he's dynamic or something lame like that.

    The point is Pac is far better than Wade. In tight situations, Fish ought to let Pac return a kickoff.
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  8. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    That's why Derrick Mason returned kicks here up until he left.
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    I don't think Mason returned kicks much at all after his "breakout" season. He was then "too valueable" the take the chance on. I remember him doing some but not the way he did before he set the record for all purpose yardage.
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  10. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    thankyou. that was my point. i was waiting for that.

    so Mason was a better returner but was not used.

    very similar situation here.
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