Britt almost like a rookie in Titans system

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. titan_fan_4ever

    titan_fan_4ever Titans Rule

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    To: titantrusince82 and Titans Eternal

    I was pretty young when this happened, as i said a long time ago. He was the first 'actor' I saw in Egypt (not that I've seen that many), so it was kinda cool.

    At the time (and till now) I had only ever seen The Replacements and Evolution, not blockbusters by any means, but I thought he was pretty funny in each of them. But again, I'm going to go back to the 'young' thing.

    I never saw myself as someone who wrote on forums either, but people change I guess. I know now I wouldn't be too big on getting signatures, I can tell you that.

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    As for my post, I stand by what I said. But reading through it I doubt it would have been written that 'kindly' had he dropped that TD pass (again). Don't get me wrong, that part about 'non-rookie' and accelerated improvement curve better hold true, because he almost bobbled every catch (and lucky with that fumble too).

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    All that 'women' and 'emotional' stuff you guys are talking about, who exactly are you directing that too. I'm not sure I read anything in this thread that made me think that...

    Or is that just in general with sports/emotions...
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  2. Titans Eternal

    Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    don't think he meant anything by it, he just said men are more emotional than women when it comes to sports..taking into account what my house usually sounds like on sundays, I'd agree lol.
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  3. steverife

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    I think Kenny Britt is likeable, but I absolutely wouldn't call him a character guy.
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  4. ColtKiller

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    I'm sure he could care less. I just thought I'd point out how ridiculous that is of you though. Have you ever even spoken with Kenny Britt? My guess is no, correct me if I'm wrong. You're passing judgment on this guy based on what? His tendency to get injured? The couple of off the field incidents he's encountered? KB is 24 years old. He's a kid. Get off his nuts.
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  5. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith LET'S GO PREDATORS!!!!

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    I'm two years older than him. Not like I'm an older guy judging him. I've seen enough from him on instagram, twitter, and his criminal report to conclude he is a moron.
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  6. RTH

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    Practice. Britt needs practice.

    He usually starts out slow... typically during Pre-Season.

    He needs to get going... I think we'll see a dynamic Britt soon - barring any injuries...
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  7. steverife

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    He bailed out a guy who went on to murder someone and he got a DUI at 3:30 AM with a woman in the car while he has a wife and small baby at home.

    That isn't exactly spray painting stop signs and 24 isn't a kid.
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  8. Parking Lot B

    Parking Lot B Stud Duck Tip Jar Donor

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    It almsot feels like Britt will be a "Perpetual Rookie" - At this point I just don't believe he will stay healthy and play over half of a season.... whether it's this year or any year.
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  9. Stan

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    Exactly what he needs. He's definitely still thinking about the knee and I feel it shows on the field. He doesn't seem nearly as sharp in his routes or as strong going for the ball. I think once we get to middle or the back half of the season we will hopefully see him to return to form.
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