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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, Jan 12, 2021.
Nashville Taco Bell franchises miss him.
You listed guards that we drafted 1st RD, he was a T in college and again in the NFL. Maybe I missed something regarding a point he did play G.
Would he be a good vet at #2 or McNichols and Evans sufficient?
Is he done?
Sources: Ravens to release veteran RB Ingram
Not sure if he is done or not, but investing a 3rd rnd pick in a RB like Evans means that you plan on him being the #2. No real off season and injuries effected his ability to get on the field. Also a guy like Ingram is not playing STs like The younger RBs are.
I think Evans is legit and after a full offseason will come back and impress in 2021. I think we’re set at RB.
I think you're right about Evans, not a good season to judge rookies...hopefully he has an offseason to show us more of why we drafted him
The Saffold hate in here is ridiculous. We’ve spent so many years with a poverty offensive line. We finally have a good unit and we want to cut key members of it just simply to get cap space? Ridiculous.
Offensive line maybe more than any other unit needs continuity. Saffold and Lewan might be the best left side of a line in football.
Cut candidates should be guys who aren’t living up to their contract. Not key pieces to your success.
This all day long.
If your lines are not top notch on both sides, you will struggle in the playoffs. People are focusing too much on salaries. Reading the boards, if we cut all the players posters are suggesting, we would be playing with 3rd stringer quality every game and that ain’t gonna work out.
Actually Saffold graded out about the same as Nate Davis. Good for Davis but not good for Saffold at his current contract.
Additionally a guy like Quessenberry might be a candidate to move inside to OG and we can look to draft another guy like Davis (could bring back Sambrailo and hopefully Wilson gets his head out of his arse).
Brewer showed promise IMO and can also play C. In fact I thought Brewer was moving guys off the ball as well as anyone despite not being a huge guy.
Point here is to consider where you have some depth and how you can spend that money on another position group. Its not that we want to lose Saffold but OG is not the highest position of importance or hard to replace.