wierd scenario!

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

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  1. CanadaTitan

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  2. deeluxx3

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    Samari Rolle was one of the worst starting CBs in the league last year. He got beat soooooo many times its not even funny.
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    Yeah, I watched a lot of Baltimore games since I'm in the viewing area, and wow, Rolle was awful last year. It was real ugly at times. My dad, who's a Ravens fan, even admitted Rolle is a terrible starting corner at this point.:suspect:
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    John Thornton certail doesn't make the list. According to this Bengals article he may shown the door sooner than later...

    "Because he came in at a svelte 347, some observers were surprised he was cut and not John Thornton. Thornton works hard, but he is a little undersized and doesn't have Adams' track record or potential.

    The Bengals still have enough options at defensive tackle to put some heat on Thornton. Team insiders say he had better prove his worth during training camp, or he might be shown the same door as Adams.""
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  5. deeluxx3

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    He was pathetic...its sad too because he's one of my alltime favorites.
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  6. PAtitansfan53

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    Maybe we just released them at better times than we thought they were getting up in age when we released them so they were bound to have a decrease in production but it's more than a player it's a team. Players get uesed to playing with so on and so forth that theres a comfort zone. They know what that guy can do and can't and know their responsibitlities and trust their teamates which has a big effect on their production.
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