Jim Wyatt's Breakdown of who will be back next yr

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Ewker, Jan 9, 2006.

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  1. KobeChaz

    KobeChaz Guest

    C'mon man, do you have any comprehension skills? Or, do you just like to misconstrue peoples statements. The issue that I had with Wyatt's list was that Pacman should be in the "will be back" category. Regardless of what he may think "could" happen to Pacman in the offseason.
  2. metal957

    metal957 Starter

    Jim Wyatt and the whole Tennesseans group of writers are full of themselves. They completely suck and are only there to be negative.
  3. GoTitans3801

    GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

    Very surprised at Hopkins and Piller as likely to be back, even more surprised at Pacman and Henry as being question marks. I doubt we lose Henry, and Pacman will be back barring major major MAJOR offfield problems...
  4. We wouldn't save much cap space by cutting Pillar, so I can see him as being likely.

    If Hopkins is back, he's going to have to be willing to take a pay cut. The only reason he's more likely to do that than Olson is that Hopkins' ex (and their kids) live here.
  5. Gunny

    Gunny vastly inferior superior Tip Jar Donor

    isnt that more of a reason to leave. :greedy:
  6. Laserjock

    Laserjock South Endzone Rocks! Staff

    Calico back? A given? Why is he not in the likely or question mark???

    Do they think another offseason and he is back to form??? I don't know.
  7. CanadaTitan

    CanadaTitan Guest

    stupidest thing is that pacman is not in the forsures but jarrett payton is where he faces competition from nash and henry
  8. Why cut him? He's cheap and still has potential (the dreaded P-word, other than Pacman).
  9. super_titan

    super_titan Camp Fodder

    Should be right back in the form of running bad routes and dropping balls.
  10. Maybe, but you don't cut a guy with that much potential unless he is either a headcase or way too expensive. There is no reason not to give Calico, 2 years off ACL surgery, a chance to live up to expectations.
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