But Kenny Britt still isn't our number 1 WR.

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Deuce Wayne, Oct 24, 2010.

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  1. joker8491

    joker8491 Camp Fodder

    Don't look now, but Britt has more yards than:

    Dmase, Ocho cinco, desean jackson, hines ward, braylon edwards, dwayne bowe, fitz, and greg jennings.

    And just 3 less than calvin johnson
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  2. TitansJonne

    TitansJonne OG triple OG

    Lol i love your unnecessary Anger. Answer me this. How does a player earn PT in the Reg. season? Through a strong offseason. So if he's had that, shouldn't he be rewarded with an opportunity to play? Dwill had a few catches but never stood out during practices. yet he gets more PT over hawk? And your gonna say what? He played well? That's fine and all but what if hawk was in the same position? Could he make the play? We won't know because he doesn't get a shot. He's done everything a player should do. Work hard, study, perform at practice. Yet come gametime, he's still in the game for 2 snaps. That's my gripe. And if you weren't so far up on Fishers jock, im sure you could peek out of his zipper hole and see how this is unfair. :)
  3. TitansJonne

    TitansJonne OG triple OG

    Nates had a good season. Ppl seem to put him in Gage's category based on last year. He's been consistent this season. He's just not our #1 option Britt is. Or at least we hope he is. Im confident in Nate as our #2. He's speedy and this yr, he's been reliable.
  4. MrBean

    MrBean Master of Not Much

    You do know that team practices during the week, not just the offseason, right? If players where showing extras skills that made them standout, they would get more playing time as well. Evidently, they are not.
  5. ColtKiller

    ColtKiller Starter

    I can't speak for Deuce, but I can tell you why I don't like Fish.

    Today, Kerry Collins threw the ball 31 times. Vince has been averaging 17-20 passes per game. Thats stupid. We open up the passing playbook for our backup QB? Really? We HAVE the receivers to do major damage to any secondary. Yet when Vince is playing, Jeff wants to run the ball into 9 man fronts all day.

    Get this: THE 2010 TENNESSEE TITANS WILL SUCCEED AS A PASS FIRST TEAM. Yup. No other way will this offense work. And that is because of the simple threat that CJ might break one off.
    Today, we were a pass first offense, and were explosive. Kenny Britt was benched in the first quarter. Eff that. He hasn't been listed as our starting #1 WR once in his entire career. You say he's inconsistent. When was that? Last year when he caught the game winning pass on 'the drive'? Or when he was the best receiver on this team as a rookie? Or this year when he caught TDs in 5 consecutive games? All coming off the bench unless injury allowed otherwise?

    Lets talk about Jared Cook. Every time I see this guy play I see him getting open and making catches. He could be a Marcedes Lewis type player. Big, strong, good hands, and open. Instead, he's riding pine behind Craig 'Slowandwhite' Stevens. Wurd? Instead of the 6'5 through the roof jumping ball catching 4.5 running freak of nature we're starting Craig Stevens? Cook doesn't need to know the playbook. It's simple: Get in the endzone, we're going to throw it really high, you jump over everyone and catch it. If not it sails out of the back of the endzone.

    How about the broner Jeff was sporting during his passionate embrace with Kerry after Kenny caught his third TD pass? The guy wants Kerry to succeed, simply because he once said that 'Kerry gives us the best chance to win.' It's sickening. He consistenly puts our best players behind his 'hand chosen veterans' (ie Rod Hood behind Nick Harper?)

    Until Jeff can adapt to the league and the talent he has on his team, he'll never be up to par in my eyes.
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