in shock at TEN

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by thnom, Mar 18, 2006.

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  1. Vigsted

    Vigsted Starter

    But there was no risk, he could be cut and you wouldn't even know he had ever been here.
  2. dman050586

    dman050586 Starter

    im pretty sure that mac hates him 2. there was 2 many times last season where drew didnt catch the ball and not only that because he didnt catch defenders will pick the ball off. to m knoledge it happened 4 times last season. remember he got hit by bob sanders and one of the colts defenders picked it off? or how about agansit the bengals where ie hit him right on the chest and the young LB thurman picked it off and took it to the house? u c my point? they r both at fault
  3. Jwill1919

    Jwill1919 Coach

    I guess McNair could just stop throwing to his best reciever all together?? remember 2 years ago when Drew went off in the last 5 games, Volek was throwing him the ball, so it is possible that Drew can make plays, just not if the QB doesn't give him any opportunities to make plays.
  4. GLinks

    GLinks Second Gear

    That's pretty interesting about Drew and Steve. If the protection is there and the line doesn't move like jumping beans, then I think even Billy could hold down the offense for a while. Billy would improve Drew's stats, but w/out the improved line, we'd still lose. Drew would just be setting himself up for a nice FA contract. If given the protection, Billy can tear a defense apart pretty well, I think...but if he takes a finger to the arm, he's got a bone contusion.

    It all starts with the o-line up front.
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