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When Will The Titans Stop Being A Busch League Franchise!!!!!

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansCountry25, Jun 6, 2006.

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    Really stirred them up now huh?
    I smell a one hundred reply thread coming...
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  2. Brian Big Fan

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    :hmm: I need a nap.

    FYI - Players come and go. Start rooting for the laundry.
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    we calling the Spelling Police or the Grammar Police???

    I understood the post well enough
  3. Starkiller 9

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    Overblown, not overdue...
  4. Riverman Raise the Wrath

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    Them's Titans business folks is mean. I'm tellin' ya- they don't play fair.
  5. nigel Back on the bus

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    We have a winner!

    Kuharsky was talking about this on 104.5 this morning, and brought up that McNair is hardly blamless in this situation. He is the one who started the whole ball rolling with his talk of retirement. Once your franchise QB makes comments like that, you have to start thinking about the future. Not to mention his work habits over the past couple seasons havent been of those of a guy who has the fire to play three more seasons.
  6. Nash Starter

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    Plus my understanding from one of my sources was that Mac had a verbal agreement to stay if VY was chosen, and then starts up the Ravens thing...so who was trying to squeeze who??
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    Regardless of the retirement talk, I think the writing was on the wall. We've had numerous seasons now where McNair hasn't practiced but once (if at all) with the team during the week but played on Sunday. Does anyone think this situation is going to improve anytime soon?

    How long do you go with "he's a game-time decision" on Thursday when you are wanting to build the team back up? How do you game plan?

    I hope McNair stays healthy and is productive (except against us) for another couple of seasons but I wouldn't invest what the Ratbirds are willing to to keep him.
  7. Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    No one can say that the deal the Titans offered McNair wasn't "fair".
    It might not have been equal to the amount the Ravens could afford to offer,
    but McNair was offered a fair contract that would have allowed him to finish his career where he started it.

    He and Bus are the ones who decided to look for a bigger windfall elsewhere.
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    How long will the Packers be held "hostage" every offseason waiting for Farve to decide if he will play more or not? I think the Titans did exactly what they should have once their QB started talking retirement and his production on the field started to drop a bit. I love Steve and I think everyone wants to see him retire a Titan, but their has to be give on both sides and so far on the McNair side there really hasn't been any.
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