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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by ColtKiller, Apr 14, 2010.
I wish the TOMB was still around.
Well put. I agree. I think it's premature to grade our FO for this offseason. I mean we haven't even drafted yet.
lol....i'll try to be extra careful...
who said anyone nails all their draft picks? did i miss something....
care to actually make a legitimate argument or just continue to throw random lines out there? i never said we were the worst at drafting and certainly never said great teams nail all their draft picks....this really is a simple concept. either be very good at drafting or get talent through free agency. if your OKAY at draft/ and utilizing that talent and your not very active in the free agency youll end up like we are...OKAY. not the worst and not the best
some fans are wanting us to get over the hump, get it?
Just ask the Colts.
A random line is all it take to debate this.. The "hump" isn't related to bad drafting or not signing every name-player that comes down the pike.. Injuries and offensive philosophy are the "hump" in TN, period.
When the Titans were the Oilers, this team was always making big moves to bring the right people in. Remember in 79 trading starting QB Dan Pastorini to the Raiders for Kenny Stabler. Then we traded for Dave Casper (one of the all time great TE in the game). I remember trading for Sean Jones, drafting Jim Everette and trading him for a ton of draft picks and players. I believe on of those draft picks became Haywood Jefferies.
Now things have changed, I wonder why?
Casper and Stabler never did squat as Oilers. If you're gonna bring up trades from past centuries at least make a case with successful ones...
I think he actually agrees with you. That these big trades turned out to be nothing.
Yes but no names do lead to no wins. Ask any Titan fan
I don't know about that. Did anyone know who the hell Pierre Garcon was before the season started?