Chris Carr

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  1. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith LET'S GO PREDATORS!!!!

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    Haynesworth did cause the poor throw, but it was a well above average INT. It takes WR awareness to keep both feet in bounds when the ball is that close to the line. Give credit where it's due, It was a great day for him.
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  2. DJB

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    King is out at least 6 weeks. Do you think they'll bring in a FA CB or call up Carey Williams. There are a few former Titans available

    Herndon
    Dyson
    Iouwma
    Marquice Cole
    Woolfolk

    Are Chad Scott and Hank Poteat still out there? Who are the FA CBs available?
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  3. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith LET'S GO PREDATORS!!!!

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    I would love to see Andre Dyson back.
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  4. Deuce Wayne

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

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    I didn't see the interception that everyone is seeming to forget his terrible first half play for, so with that said I can't believe he did a complete 180 after what I saw of him.
    I think he's getting the Reynaldo love right now. Remember when he picked a few passes and most from being where a bad ball what thrown rather than actually making a play on the ball? Everyone deemed Fisher and Co. as geniuses for grabbing him in the 7th round.
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  5. Bayou Titan

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    He played well and should be commended for it... We are lucky to have solid depth. I was very surprised Big Al didn't get a flag for that "Suggs" like hit.
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  6. TitanJeff

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    That Carr INT was like a punt return. The best part of it was how he was able to keep his feet inbounds.
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  7. DJB

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    He did a good job for a 3rd string guy who they started picking on. I personally thought the Jags went away from going at him when they should have kept it going. With having to play CB, returning kicks and punts and covering kicks he did an outstanding job out there. Great to have a guy like that on the roster. I'm still worried about Carr having to be out there next week. King was doing great as the 3rd CB
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  8. GoTitans3801

    GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Hey, he's certainly not a miracle worker. I wouldn't give him the most credit for the INT, although that did show good recognition skills. The landing was the best part. However, what impressed me in the second half were the plays that he broke up. He had 3 PDs and several good tackles.

    I'm not saying that I want him starting, but considering he was behind four other people on the depth chart, and was playing two different major roles on special teams, the guy did a good job.
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  9. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

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    Suggs vicious, rightly deserved flag, hit ONLY kfc's helmet. Big Al almost tore Garrards arm off. I bet David is sore again this morning.
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  10. Aday25

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    he stepped up when we needed him...its one reason why we're 10-0...depth.
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