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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TorontoTitanFan, Nov 20, 2019.
That many kids, not good for the climate
Think Scarecrow has the range? If so, try him out!
Yeah, if have Bridgewater #1, keep tannery #2 myself.
Bridgewater looked good with Sean Payton. Tannehill looked better with Arthur Smith. That's far more difficult to do.
Hard pass on Rivers. Remember, he was in the same draft class as Eli and Roethlisberger, he's 37 and not getting any younger and his play is starting to decline. Doesn't matter if he wants to play here, I doubt the Titans want him. I'd rather roll with Tanney and draft a rookie.
Thats my bet as to what we do
Tanny is earning a deal and if he fails next yr I think this staff wants some job security.
2nd rd pick on a rookie, just so much pressure with a 1st rd QB, plus it costs money when you draft high. Why tie up money on the bench if Tanny keeps the job..
Of you are going to draft a qb because you are looking for the future you take the best prospect on your board that you can get, regardless of round. No position is more important, so you don’t f around. Now if you can get the prospect you want in round to, do it. But if you gotta pull the trigger in round one you do it.
Id normally agree with you 100% on that, but say Tanny keeps the job, plays well, now you have a QB just wasting away for 3+ yrs.
Well that is a different story. I think you need to decide if you are going with Tanny for three + and he is the qb for the foreseeable future or if you need to draft the future. If you are going with Tanny there is no way I take a qb in the first two or three rounds. But if you are looking for the next starter and Tanny is a stopgap you go with the best qb can draft. Don’t try to do both—no half ass compromise.