Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanfanatic, Mar 8, 2014.
when we had an offensive line that didn't have down syndrome CJ would SCHOOL young or old bulluck.
so the offensive line would school Bulluck is what you are trying to say
the offensive line would compliment CJ so as to allow him to actually have the hand off develop without a defensive player in his grill - then CJ would beat bulluck from there.
I blame the refs, Fisher, Crumpler, Bironas, LenDale, and the Ravens in general.
I answered that question though... He sat out because he doesn't care enough. His nerves got the best of him and he let a minor injury keep him out of the game. If he truly cared he would've stayed in until he literally couldn't walk anymore.
Then what is it? You think he just didn't want to play that day? Specifically, what kind of ridiculous conspiracy garbage is this?
Did everyone forget he was whooping the Ravens' ass before he got hurt? They couldn't stop us when he was on the field. We're supposed to believe that after all that success against them he all of a sudden got scared and fled to the sidelines? Damn. Plenty of legitimate things to criticize about CJ but this ain't one of them.
This is actually the ONLY thing I criticize CJ for.
And I'm not sure why it gets a pass.
I even mentioned he was shredding the Ravens and we were on our way to an easy W. They barely hurt him... he didn't even attempt to play. If it was THAT bad he would've been taken to the locker room.
He could've played. Period.
He played like two snaps after that right?
He didn't want to go back out and face a Ravens defense that was gonna try to take cheap shots on him.
I don't think you guys understand how unlikely of a scenario this is where a guy plays 96.5 out of 97 games and that 0.5 just happens to be the most important part of his career... something doesn't add up if you ask me. Find this scenario in someone else's career. You can't.
If he was truly hurt that game he would've been hurt more often in the 80 games he's played in since.
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