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6 "Cancers" on the team.

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TouchdownTitans, Jan 29, 2014.

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  1. 2ToneBlue Starter

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    Walker and Johnson on "same page" CJ wants him to name some people... Just saw that on yahoo news.
  2. JCBRAVE @JCBRAVE

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    They need to not air it out on twitter how theyre doing it, I mean yes it gives us something to talk about, but if we're going to fix this team those 2 need to have a sit down
  3. Titan43 Starter

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    is it possible to "self-hi5" someone else?
  4. memphis_raven Starter

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    Don't know anything about the 'cancers' but I have heard more than one coach say that the first thing a new coach does is watch tape of last year, especially after the team is 'out of the race'. Players that don't give 100% effort are obviously not going to fare well with the new regime. Veterans know that when you're in a year like TN had last year, you better go all out.
  5. titans92790 Starter

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    Wish the Titans would have all joined together on giving up, pointless to win those last two games, when you're out of playoffs, why play starters? Sounds terrible, but the truth is if you want to please fans, as soon as the team is out of the playoff picture, mathematically, then you should tank and get the best draft position possible. We should have started Rusty for those last few games along with our other scrubs (in my opinion)

    Anyone have a good reason for wanting to play our best football when we are out of the playoffs? I'd like to hear if anyone can think of anything that makes sense other than trying to save jobs, which didn't work!
  6. Two Kings NJ Titan

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    Exactly my point, so why are we paying this dude virtually the same amount?
    nbtoppers2 high fives this.
  7. Two Kings NJ Titan

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  8. 2ToneBlue Starter

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    That's the going rate on 2000 yard running backs in the 21st Century.

    Easy question
  9. titans92790 Starter

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    cj is the man, love the attitude, love the work ethic, he is someone who doesn't get in trouble, wants to be the best, and is really a player I can put my faith into...the last few guys who i liked didn't turn out so well... Pacman, VY, Lenwhale
  10. The Hammer Out for a rip

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    What is the going rate for an RB who plays all 16 games and gets 1077 yards with a 3.9 YPC?

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