Best & Worst Titans Interviewee?

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  1. JCBRAVE

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    C.J. is our star player, there's something about the star of the show that people attract to.

    He's not that articulate so if youve seen 1 interview you've seen them all, but again, there's that fascination with the star.

    They could probably put a camera on him and we would just watch him sit there. Actually I might prefer that. Cause he's never helped himself by speaking out.
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    Only when he checks himself out in the mirror!






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  3. UrbanLegend3

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    CJ is actually a really good interview for one reason; he is extremely candid. While most guys will give you some canned football cliche about "taking things one day at a time" CJ will tell you how he actually feels. A lot of people may not like what he has to say but I enjoy the fact that he's willing to be honest. If he was a better public speaker and more articulate he'd be great. When he and Taylor Thompson speak you can tell they are trying to tell you the truth as they see it, not just say what they think we want to hear. That being said Kenny Britt is easily my favorite interview, funny guy.Pollard is a close second.
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  4. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    The reason Kendall is worse than CJ is because though CJ may be hard to understand with his dialect, he at least elaborates on the questions asked. With Kendall it's a bunch of "yes" and "no" answers all the time, or at best a one sentence answer. You don't get any new information out of him. Some guys I guess were just made to be football players, not speakers.
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  5. Mberglo

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    Is Bernard Pollard interesting to listen to? Yes he is.
    Is Chance Warmack a good speaker? No he's not.
    Does anyone care? No they don't.
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  6. JCBRAVE

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    Kendall stays saying "things are good" or "its all good".

    I bet he would say gorgonzola cheese on ice cream is good too if asked
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  7. J Falk

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    Are we really talking about our football teams' interview skills...wow...the offseason..smh
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  8. Ten_Titans

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    Stefan Charles is hilarious to listen to IMO
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  9. Deuce Wayne

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    CJ is the worst.

    Makes himself and the team look bad when he tries to speak English.
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  10. Scarecrow

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    So glad that this topic is on the front page. We must be Super Bowl bound with these kinds of threads.
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