With the 39th pick in the NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans select?

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  1. The Hammer

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    Can't teach that kind of fire. That kind of heart. Dude thinks about making plays even when he is banging his girl. You can't teach that. You can however go into a weight room and get bigger.

    He is also the same size as Blaine Bishop. A college CB who was "Too small" for the NFL. Became one hell of an SS in the NFL for a number of years. SS is a position we need filled. SS is a postion Honey Badger can play.

    Would take him over a guy who is 6'1", 200 lbs., impresses pundits like Mel Kiper and ends up sucking. We have those. Forget his "grade" this guy can play.
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  2. Titans2004

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    no doubt the HoneyBadger is a playmaker. I think their are other playmakers without the extra baggage that the HB brings with him.

    As long as we fix our OL and DL in FA or early part of the draft then I don't care who we take.

    We do need to find more leaders on both sides of the ball.
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  3. The Hammer

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    This is the same line of thinking the Titans/Oilers employed when they took Kevin Dyson over Randy Moss.

    I think his baggage is blown out of proportion. Probably the person responsible for sending him to rehab for weed is the person responsible for blowing it out of proportion.
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  4. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Don't get me wrong, I like the Honey Badger, just not in the 2nd.
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  5. The Hammer

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    Yes, and do not get me wrong. I hear what you are saying. I just would not want to miss out on him. Would rather reach a little than end up missing out. In the end I fear our personalityless coach and front office have HB black listed and will not take him no matter what.
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  6. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Yeah, I seriously doubt we draft him. Fisher took risks on character dudes, and ultimatelty bit us in the butt (Pacman & Britt). Munchak is all about high character.
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  7. JCBRAVE

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    The problem with guys with character flaws is, because of who they are, they wont allow themselves to ever peak.

    Imagine how sick Pacman would be if he never got suspended and was able to focus all his energy on football... Thats why I hate that puck, he coulda be amazing for us, but he let us down.
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  8. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    No doubt. Imagine how good Britt would be if he focused on football and stayed out of NJ.
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  9. JCBRAVE

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    I never once believed Kenny was the type of guy to really dedicate himself to football. Got that feeling while he was at Rutgers. People don't change unless they have to, and Kenny's never had to. He always gets by somehow, either with money or dumb luck.

    It's best we forget about this guy and move on when his contract expires.
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  10. FLA Titans Fan

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    Im not giving up on Britt he was only 20 when he was drafted and has/had some growing up to do. Like you said wouldnt mind letting him walk when his contract it up. This is a young team and they are all going through growning pains
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