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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Oct 8, 2019.
also glad to see he didn't appear to commit any stupid penalties too..
When a fired up Baldy breaks down your tape you know it’s official. Beast mode status.
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I watched exactly zero of the game against the Chargers. I had to work and forgot to record it.
I still contend he, or any other rookie, should not play the following season after tearing an ACL in February. No mini-camps. No training camp. No preseason. Minimal practice before week 7. That is not a recipe for a rookie to come in and contribute.
Also, the Chargers' offensive line is crap. The good news is the Bucs' is even worse. He should have another solid game.
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What a genius pick out of the draft. The Titans are beginning to make smart decisions with free agents, trades, and draft picks!!!! We are in line for a dynasty brothers!!!!
Except he did come in and contribute, immediately. The guy is a freak. You can’t treat every player the same when it comes to injuries. Everyone except the fans thought he was ready to go.
Maybe. It was one game. He made it through, what, 20 snaps? If he re-tears it this week was he still ready?
This is about the long play, not week 7 against the Chargers.
I understand the hesitancy, and wanting to make sure he is fully healed. I really doubt everyone in the organization pushed him to come back for the Chargers. He must be as close to 100% as he can be. Would waiting another year just to be cautious only to have him tear it again be worth it?
If he tore it 18 months after surgery he was never going to work out.