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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by 8Bruce8, Mar 6, 2023.
Smart move by the Titans. He is in decline and will see a significant drop off this season. Get something for him while you can.
What kinda offense we gonna be without Henry and tanny at qb??
***** given me the fear.
Significant drop off this season? What the hell are you talking about? Zero evidence to back up that statement.
This is likely going to be a rebuilding year, so you might as well prepare yourself for a bad season. This team has too many holes to fill. It’s going to take a couple seasons to make up for all of JRob’s mistakes and that’s if we hit on all the moves we make.
Watching him with my own eyes. The Titans saw it too, that’s why they are shopping him. He goes down much easier and quicker than before. If you didn’t see it, you’re blind and delusional. You do realize that’s how it works with RB’s don’t you? Very few remain successful at 30, even the best of the best. Do you honestly think he’s going to be great in 2 seasons when he’s 31? It would be stupid not to get something for him now while you can.
If that is your point, why would anyone trade for him? It's dumb, he's still top 3 in the league, and going down last year had nothing to do with him, rather no passing threat and the worst Oline fielded in the history of the NFL. Get outta here with your drivel.
I like the idea of watching Henry run in a contract yr....dude is still a beast....if he has a great yr and then hits the market next yr and leaves as a FA we could easily get a comp pick for him.... same goes for Tanny
Because a team has never made the mistake of trading for a vet that had very little left…. Remember Julio Jones? Robert Woods? It happens all the time. You might eventually realize my “drivel” is the wisest and most accurate on this forum. Most of you buy into the hype and think with your emotions, I don’t.
Buffalo was reportedly interested in the King several weeks ago. He'd be unstoppable in that offense with the weapons they have at WR, a QB that can run and an offensive line that can actually block. If the Titans could get a 2nd or 3rd rounder I'd say by all means pull the trigger. RB isn't valued the way it once was, yes the Titans would value the position more with their offensive identity, but it's an identity they need to shift away from and become more balanced on offense.
You can pick up good backs off of the scrap heap in today's NFL. Look at Hilliard for example. No they won't be the caliber of the King, but plenty effective enough to succeed. When KC and SF met in the Super Bowl several years ago both teams started an UDFA at RB. In the Philly vs KC Super Bowl both teams combined had just over $7 million invested in the position.