wierd scenario!

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by bigVictorY101, May 18, 2007.

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    so I was thinking last night, and think about this except for a few Titan players who from the Titans have done well after they left the Titans, not Oiler/Titans but just Titans. I could only come up with a few people, McNair, Nedney,that's about it, if you can think of anymore leave comments. The point where I'm getting @ is Titans produce good players, because since Tennessee has had the Titans we get noted for players lost in off-season trades, or cap room, or just whatever. But we get other players that do well and produce. Look @ Travis Henry-Buffalo he was 2nd string to Willis McAhee, but came here and was great for us. Now who is to say if Keyshawn doesn't do the same. I mean look Mason was a great wideout here but in Baltimore he has fallen off,as has Rolle. If you get where I'm coming from than leave comments and no flames please, I want only opinions if you feel the same way. I think Titans are gonna be great, only because we produce great players.
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  2. Titans2008

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    Mason has done pretty well in Baltimore...
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    But Henry was a pro-bowl running back before he came to Tennessee and he only had one good year here. One year he stunk. Mason has not been bad for Baltimore, and has had a worse quarterback (except for last year). Rolle has not been bad but he is getting older and with that production falls off. I don't think Tennessee is a magical place for players to come and get good.
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  4. DCtitan49

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    jevon kearse was ok his first year gone, ummm, randall godfrey was alright with the seahawks, Kevin Dyson almost got a rign with the panthers, tho he did nothing. samari rolle is doing alright, andre dyson is doing pretty good.
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  5. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    I don't think McNair is an exception to this. He did nothing impressive in Baltimore last season, and Kyle Boller made him look bad a couple of times off the bench.
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  6. Yeah ok but nobody was great, so my thing is we know how to produce good active players, for the exception of givens, and white who have been having their troubles as of late but we are a great franchise be glad to be part of it and stop being bandwagon jumpers!
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  7. so would this mean that after these players are in our system they have a hard time changing to a different system
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  8. CRUDS

    CRUDS Start Whitehurst Tip Jar Donor

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    Not sure if you mean players drafted by TN or If the question is just to name someone who played for the Titans and later had success elsewhere.
    If it's the latter, one name definitely comes to mind: Lorenzo Neil.
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    Lorenzo Neal
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