2006 Titans WRs

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    People think I'm crazy and don't know what I'm talking about but I think you are right about T.O. Sure, he's a mess, but I think you've got something here. I'm not sure about Fisher being able to handle T.O. though... He's smart enough to stay away from him however. T.O. will be a monster for Denver if that is where he goes. But still :crazy:
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  2. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    Why do you say that? He has.
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    I guess thats the whole point. He isn't near worth the money. I would bet our 3 rookies could have put up those kind of numbers if they were the #2 WR and played a full season without injury at Pitt and there is no question IMO that Randle El is not better than Bennett. Cedric Wilson put up almost as good of stats for Pitt last year.
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  4. Ragevsuall

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    Moulds will also probably be available. He's older now, so he won't be too expensive. But he'll probably still be too expensive for us to have the luxury of signing him.
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    Also realize that Hines Ward across from him hurt Randle Els stats. If Randle El was a #1(which I dont think he is), he would get a lot more looks. Randle El has electrifing talent and I would love to have him because I believe he would be an upgrade to Bennett at the #1 WR.
    Randle El in a Titans uniform is highly unlikely because Reese and Co. seem happy with the current WR(Bennett, Calico, Jones, Williams, and Roby). The only addition to the WR that could happen is a cheap veteran (KVB type)
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  6. TitanJeff

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    Ward hurt his stats? C'mon. If anything, it helped take a lot of the opposing defense's attention off him.
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  7. maximus

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    Good point.
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    Randel El is Roby with a better throwing arm and a couple of more years of experience. Unless we can get a guy atleast the quality of Bennett I don't see us upgrading by signing another WR. We have holes at S, OL and LB and really need a #2 RB if Henry doesn't come back and need more depth at CB.
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  9. THE53

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    yes, he did that last year, and you could tell he was tired...
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  10. GLinks

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    Possible vets I'd look at (these aren't the most ideal picks):

    Peter Warrick, if he shakes loose.

    Koren Robinson. Has the dropsies, and not the most character-based guy historically, but he showed some improvement in Cincinnati, like he wanted to get it right.

    Nate Burleson is a RFA, but coming off a major injury.

    Antonio Bryant would probably be the safest bet I can think of.

    I wouldn't be that suprised if we took Chad Jackson in the 2nd, if he fell that far - mainly because I just said it.


    The ideal scenario would be have Calico step up so he and Bennett can hold down the ones and twos, and I like Roydell to step in as the third. To me, he has a veteran mind already. I think he passes Roby, who gets situational playing time with his speed, but R Williams has the moves. If Jones is PUP'd, I expect to see a lot more of RW.
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