Uh Oh...

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Gut, Mar 30, 2009.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Gut

    Gut Pro Bowler

    7,028
    1,961
    669
    Butler ran a 4.38 40 in his Pro Day. Bye Bye Darius!

    Gut
     
  2. onetontitan

    onetontitan Marioto

    6,470
    1,362
    479
    eh, pro day workouts aren't everything.
     
  3. Pjames32

    Pjames32 Starter

    521
    18
    144
    I would rather have Alphonso Smith anyway
     
  4. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

    2,407
    66
    0
    Thats dumb
     
  5. Pjames32

    Pjames32 Starter

    521
    18
    144
    Why?

    Smith is the better player.
     
  6. KTOWN TITAN

    KTOWN TITAN Orca Fighter

    943
    29
    144
    no its dumb. Butler is the real deal.
     
  7. Pjames32

    Pjames32 Starter

    521
    18
    144
    Butler has the potential to very good but I just think Smith is the better player and is more NFL ready right now. Butler's size is obviously better and he's even faster, but I think he's still pretty raw. Smith is way better in coverage IMO and is just a more naturally gifted CB. Butler is definitely a great athlete though and was pretty good on offense last year too. I think if Smith was 2-3 inches taller though he would be the best CB in the draft.
     
  8. GLinks

    GLinks Second Gear

    5,313
    294
    449
    Pro days don't matter, yeah, but the resulting hype sometimes does. Can't count on every team to think that way to allow a player to fall to us. I think Butler is the real deal, too - he would return and perhaps play some offense, too. And I doubt he's around when we pick. Heard some pundits say he could now be the first corner off the board. I still think he'd be the third, but will likely go before our pick. Just about every team before us that needs a WR ALSO needs a cornerback.

    Gut's right: "Buh-bye."
     
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  • Welcome to goTitans.com

    Established in 2000, goTitans.com is the place for Tennessee Titans fans to talk Titans. Our roots go back to the Tennessee Oilers Fan Page in 1997 and we currently have 4,000 diehard members with 1.5 million messages. To find out about advertising opportunities, contact TitanJeff.
  • The Tip Jar

    For those of you interested in helping the cause, we offer The Tip Jar. For $2 a month, you can become a subscriber and enjoy goTitans.com without ads.

    Hit the Tip Jar