3 Titans Make ESPN's The Best Team Money Can Buy

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Architect, Jul 12, 2006.

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  1. Probably based on last year's rookie contract in that draft position.
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  2. Fry

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    jj arrington was drafted in the 34th spot last year, so im guess thats what he used.
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  3. well im glad to see that we are getting love from some of the press
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  4. Dangermode

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    He clearly blew his load on offense. Peyton @ Q, LT @ RB, Gates @ TE and how do you like those wideouts?! Santana Moss, Steve Smith and Chad Johnson! I guess TO, Randy and Tory cost too much.:))

    If it was last years contract numbers, KVB would certainly be a starter.

    DANG! Walter Jones gets paid alot!
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  5. Broken Record

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    Interesting that Haynesworth is starting, but Henderson and Stroud didn't make it.
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  6. NYTitansFan

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    its called the best team MONEY CAN BUY
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  7. Fry

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    they both recieved contract extentions these past two offseasons and haynesworth is sill on his rookie contract.
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  8. Broken Record

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    I thought Haynesworth was already on his second contract.... oh well. He came out the same year Henderson did, right?
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  9. Architect

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    Im guessing its Albert "Im unblockable, go hard every down" Hanyesworth is starting on Clayton's roster. Not the Titan's " Im going to come to training camp out of shape, its ok if i take a couple downs off" Haynesworth. He could be tops in the league if he could just stay his fat butt in shape and develope the mental toughness to go hard every play.
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  10. Fry

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    yeah, i guess alberts deal was just a year longer.
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