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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by dbc5631, Nov 8, 2010.
Try being an Oilers fan
Hey now... I was an Oilers fan. I was 9 years old and attended every game when our team was still the Oilers in '98.
I was too young to care about any team before the Titans came to town.
Nah, it's definitely hating man. Criticism is fine, we all criticize because we love this team and sometimes they act a fool and need to be called out. But I just combed thru the first few pages of your recent posts and couldn't find a SINGLE positive remark about the Tennessee Titans. Complain about Fisher, complain about not making moves, complain about CJ, compare him to backs that aren't half the back he is, complain about getting RANDY MOSS(?), complain about everything. Never anything good. Never any 'man, Titans looked awesome today' or 'well, little possibility of disaster with Moss, and definitely a huge upside'. Nope. Just hate hate hate hate.
11 years, no championships :(
I would think, and surely hope (for his benefit and the Titans'), that Randy Moss is smart enough to realize that essentially all the other teams in the league passed up on an opportunity to claim him, and that he must behave himself and produce for the Titans if he wishes to perpetuate his career in the NFL. If he fails to recognize this and/or this doesn't motivate him, the Titans can (and ought to) simply cut him at any time and will have lost (relatively speaking) little on the gamble.
I would have been worried about getting Moss for the whole season, but at the moment, we're getting the best of it. As long as we play well and finish the season 5-3 or better, we've got a solid shot at the playoffs, and moving on within the playoffs. Moss should be motivated unless we go on a losing streak. Fisher's quote about neither of them having a ring, but working on it, is excellent.
Now, if we drop the next two or three in a row, things could start to go downhill fast. Otherwise, we've got a motivated Moss, and not a whole lot of time for him to fester.