Who is our best weapon on offense?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Scarecrow, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. Chris Johnson

  2. Jake Locker

  3. Kendall Wright

  4. Nate Washington

  5. Other, please state

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  1. The Hammer

    The Hammer Problematic AF


    How about "Poor man's Tim Tebow" which is what I heard him called in college
  2. Scarecrow

    Scarecrow CEO of PPO Tip Jar Donor


    Okay, maybe you are right, maybe we should bring current stats into this.
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  3. The Hammer

    The Hammer Problematic AF


    I think Wright will be but is not there yet
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  4. Dman

    Dman Starter


    true, I was really happy when we drafted him and I am happy with his production, he plays with heart imo
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  5. damersbrah

    damersbrah Special Teams Standout

    As I said before, he is our best WR going forward. But as of now its debatable between him and Nate for our best current WR. Wright will be that guy, but he's not there yet (as The Hammer said).
  6. Scarecrow

    Scarecrow CEO of PPO Tip Jar Donor



    I was talking about anybody on that list being over CJ......

    Wright....I give a slight edge over Nate. I prefer the consistency.


    What is amazing to me is the three (at this point ) delusional people who voted cj1yd. Never understand that. Dude is clearly, repeatedly useless. Replace cj1yd with brittney and the same 3 would vote brittney. The close numbers between jake and Kendall is completely understandable.

    Since kendall cant do it without jake, and since jake is arguably our best RB, jake takes the cake.
  8. cozmicfool

    cozmicfool Starter

    I voted other...I think it's Kenny Britt!

    In case you haven't figured it out the above statement is sarcasm.

    In my honest opinion I think it would have to be Wright. I think it's closer than people think though. I would say probably by the end of this season it may be Locker though. He's really coming on strong!!!

    Wright though just seems really reliable.
  9. yanek27

    yanek27 Starter


    To me weapon is someone who has the ball in their hand after a catch or a hand off. I think QB's are totally different when it comes to weapons. The QB touches the ball each snap, along with the center, but like I said, LOCKER-MOST IMPORTANT PLAYER and WRIGHT-BEST WEAPON. I will argue this all day. Wright has quickness and catches almost everything. I will argue he has more upside than Welker. Locker needs to be a more accurate QB.

    Also, can we stop being overreacted to every little comment. I was not trying to start a fight, but just trying to explain myself why I feel Locker or QB is not a weapon when I hear it. Today on 104.5 Mid 180 Paul was talking about who was the biggest weapon and how the Titans should figure out how to get them involved during the bye week. See, is it not a given you need to get your qb involved in the offense? Thats my point.

    CJ is a GREAT example of a weapon. How about running more screens designed to get him in open space so he can use his open field speed. Wright, get him a reverse or more wide receiver screens, or Walker seeming it down the field.

    Last point, look at SF. Who is their biggest weapon? Its Vernon Davis. He can beat you deep and you can go deep every play no matter what the defense is in because he is a match up nightmare. CKap wouldnt be a weapon but I would argue without CKAP things would fall apart. Thats all I am saying. Just weapon TO ME means something more than just saying the QB. Because in the NFL we all know the QB is the biggest WEAPON, its a given because without them there would be nothing.

    You also stated Locker cannot throw it to himself either. You agree with my point by that comment.
  10. Mberglo

    Mberglo Starter

    If the Titans are down by a touchdown at the end of the game, I want the ball thrown to Nate Washington. He catches everything thrown his way and he knows how to get open. Wright is great, but he's not as reliable as Nate yet. I know he had a great game Sunday, but if the game is on the line, throw it to Nate.
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