woolfolk has really fallen out of favor

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, Sep 14, 2006.

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  1. GLinks

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    The acquired Hope, drafted Lowry and Finnegan, who were both listed at FS, plus Fuller and add Thompson, that's 5 FSs on the roster. From a numbers perspective, it doesn't make sense. Anyone else think it was odd to load up so many FSs? I understand what they want -- speed and cover ability. But it's weird. Nickey is the only bona fide strong safety on the roster. Weird.
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  2. maximus

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    Finnegan will make a permanent move to CB eventually, Lowry would make a good SS, Fuller is a floater between S and CB, and Thompson is just here because he has blackmail on Fisher and Reese
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  3. Vigsted

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    He's our starting nickelback so I'm thinking he's already made the move.
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  4. Nine

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    Woolfolk is a regular fixture on ST now; assuming he does well there, he would HAVE to be a considerable upgrade over Nickey as safety depth.
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  5. Can someone ask him again, please...
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  6. Soxcat

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    I agree. We need a change and it might as well be our former #1 pick.
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  7. Riverman

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    WU, where are you?
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  8. Gut

    Gut Pro Bowler

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    well...

    Woolfolk DID play some CB in college...just not a lot.

    He has elite CB physical skills...especially for a guy with his HEIGHT!

    He can tackle.

    He CAN'T be worse than both Hill and Thompson. I think he should be given a shot at starting CB opposite Pac, but barring that, move him to Safety. LT isn't covering and isn't tackling. At worst, Woolfolk can make some tackles!

    Gut
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  9. Vigsted

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    And I'm inclined to think he's faster to boot.
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