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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by 8Bruce8, Mar 6, 2023.
You need 2 teams for a trade and he's making a bunch of money. Plus you have Rodgers who will be someone's first choice and Jimmy G will definitely end up as someone's starting QB. Plus Baker Mayfield potentially.
If the Jets, Commanders, or Falcons don't want him, I don't see where else he fits. Panthers probably drafting a QB. Bucs have no money. He ain't going back to Miami. Raiders seem like they are either Rodgers or Jimmy G.
I can't imagine a scenario in which we restructure him.
Teams always meet with the top QBs in the draft even if they have their QB already. Putting feelers out on trades happens all the time too.
Not saying none of it will happen but your "evidence" is pretty flimsy.
everyone here knows more about Titans than anyone at espn
zero reason to release T17 at this time as in none
would be dumber than calling a play with WR7 on the field and then being surprised when the ball goes towards WR7 because throwing lanes are covered elsewhere ( possible... just cause someone is open dont mean the ball can get to them ) Or the TE is 100% a decoy only there to clear the area where your play designed for WR7 is supposed to go...
Potential trade packages for a trade to the Bills....
Those are some bad trades for us, imo.
Here is my suggestion:
Bills get Henry, our 2nd rounder (pick 41)
Titans get Bills 1st, 3rd, and 2024 5th
Feel bad for that team. They need to start working on the backup before they even sign Jimmy G as starter. it’s already an assumed point that “Jimmy G as starter” means like 6 weeks. Those other 11 games need someone to check the rock.
Even if a team already has a QB, sometimes they look for the potential replacement a couple years down the road, consider Jordan Love’s situation, Jalen Hurts’s situation, the like 3-4 QBs that got starting gigs elsewhere waiting for Brady to die, etc.
I’m just gonna say that when I see a successful screen, I remember it. And with guys like Julio Jones, AJ Brown, NWI, the water boy, the guy in the 3rd row of the seats, etc, I’m finding a way to force the ball to Rogers, surprisingly lower on the depth chart than #7 NWI.
I specifically love forcing him the ball after running 4 plays for 65+ yards with the best RB in the game.
that is what good OC’s do. They find ways to get the ball to guys that don’t belong on the field.
You don't like James Cook? It would mean not using a pick on a RB