Bennetts Drops Cost The Team, Despite Havng A Good Game

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by LazyManJackson, Sep 13, 2006.

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  1. Vigsted

    Vigsted Starter

    Actually Henry had 4 runs of 1-3 yards to gain and 5 runs with more than 5 yards to gain. If you take out all his short yardage runs his ypc is 2.4.

    Fact is Henry is only good for 1-3 yards on most carries, and that's how he should be used.
  2. super_titan

    super_titan Camp Fodder


    Grass toe just dosent quite have the same ring to it as turf to does.:lol:
  3. Bobo

    Bobo Guest

    Saying he's only good for 1-3 yards on most carries is fact? He's averaged 4.0 his career, and he's never been a guy to bust many long runs. If anything, he should be more like 3-5 yards on most carries.

    He shouldn't just be used on short yardage. He should do most of that, but also spell Brown. He's not just one dimensional.
  4. avvie

    avvie It's another cold day in Hell Tip Jar Donor

    No, grass toe is what happens when Ricky Williams stubs it on the coffee table.
  5. bongo59

    bongo59 Camp Fodder

    In reference to Drew Bennett..................I disagree with anyone who thinks he had a good game....................He was thrown to an unreal 17 times and caught but 8...............that is a horrible line for a WR.................but typical Drew.
  6. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

    how many of those were ten feet over his head on the sideline?
  7. agreed
  8. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

    I noticed Collins threw the ball away a number of times last Sunday.
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