Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Gunny, Dec 15, 2009.
Pretty simple, will he do it?
Damn, I was expecting everyone else to say he'd break both.
Faulk's only. Which sucks, because I really didnt even know Faulk had that record.
I personally think yards from scrimage is a more important record than just straight rushing yards. I don't really see the argument going the other way.
If Kerry plays, no way in hell. If VY plays, he's at least got a shot.
It's more important, but a lot less impressive. It'll just be beaten again a few years down the road.
As much as I would like to see him break Dickerson's record I don't think he will. I just don't see big games against Miami or San Diego...and he won't run for 300 against the Seahawks.
I am guessing, just like the Rams, these remaining three teams will commit to being beat by the pass and let it happen if we can pull that off, but will sell out and basically play spoiler for CJ.
I see him winding up with 1800-2000 yards this year. I just want to see him be 100% ready for next year. If we can hold the nucleus here I think that next year could be special...just my opinion.
I chose only Faulk's record.
Granted, if he can pull off 160 yards rushing, at least, in the remain 3 games... he'll beat Dickerson.
That's a tall order... especially if Collins is the QB in even 1 of those games.
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