Vince loses starting QB job injury or not

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Obie09, Nov 21, 2010.

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  1. Obie09

    Obie09 Starter

    I really really hope that Vinces injury is minor so at least we get something done. If Vince is healthy and Fisher sits him for the year I am pretty sure Fisher would "step down" after the season is over. Then we probably get Vince for another year next year and if he sucks hes done in Tenn but if he plays like his did this year without the injuries or any drama we would probably make a decision after next year on what to do.

    If Vince is out for the season with the injury I doubt Fisher gets fired though and I don't think we'll be moving in the right direction if Fisher stays..
  2. drs23

    drs23 Camp Fodder

    Will Bud let him get cut?
  3. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor


    what color is the sky in your world?

    First the decision on VY has to be made in the spring. He has a roster bonus and at this time it appears he will become a UFA cause no rational person would award VY a bonus to activate more high $ years on his contract.

    Second fish face will not step down, hes making $5m or more now and he will wait to be fired so he can continue to get his $$$s.

    VY beiing injured or not is not even a relevant issue at this point. VY could pass any health check possible and he won't be getting snaps while RS is able to prop himself under the center.

    reality is not only has fish face said VY is no longer starter. fish face PUBICLY announced that VYs decision making as QB was not acceptable.
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