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After 2004, did we think Mason was done?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Bobo, Dec 4, 2007.

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  1. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Mason was the only guy we were actually regretting letting go. However, he was still on the decline and has been ever since. He's been solid in Baltimore, but nothing special. He's not pro-bowl material or anything like he once was.
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    He'd be our best WR.
  3. SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    barking carnival. ;)
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    Mason was the one player that I didn't want to lose... I was fine with Mcnair, George, Kearse, Rolle, Runyan ect, but Mason I knew would create more value. He'd be our number 1, add leadership to the offense taking that responsibility away from Young so he wouldn't have that burden...and would have added to the positive development of Young.
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    Yeah I think there's no doubt out offense would be better with him here. He had such reliable hands, and could be the go to guy.

    Like I said though, I don't remember the cap situation exactly. I know we were still going through the hell, but I don't remember how that whole scenario looked. Doesn't matter now of course, and we usually don't look at our former players and say "man if we only still had him". Bu man I wish we had mason back :lol:
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    He is not pro-bowl material but is second in the league in receptions. Huh?
  7. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Receptions? I couldn't care less who leads the league in receptions or who's 20th in receptions. Receptions mean nothing. Yardage does.
    And where is he on that list with all those receptions?

    19th. That's not pro-bowl material. He can catch all the 5 yard passes he wants. He averages the lowest average per catch in the top 50 or so lol.
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    I know.. i got it from the first time i saw it..
    I was just trying to make a funny about Lendale. :grrhee:
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    Wasn't that around the time when agent Drew Rosenhaus:greedy: had contracts on three of our players? I think Mason and Rolle were two; but who was the other? EG?
    Check him out crying at Sean Taylor's funeral:suspect: :

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d804cd3d6&template=with-video&confirm=true

    Right now; he only has Zach Pillar.
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    Well if the Shark was his agent, that can be a turn off.

    It is odd that some of our best ended up as Ravens. Conspiracy! :ha:
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