Justin Hunter vs Robert Woods?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansWillWin2, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Trust me, I get plenty of that. It's half my diet atleast. Got a keg race on Saturday, thus i'll consume like 91757158175127 calories.
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  2. UrbanLegend3

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    Wow, that's awesome news. I've always had my doubts when using them but now I can go ahead with full confidence.
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  3. UrbanLegend3

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    Yeah, I was track guy too in HS. My upper body strength was absolutely non-existant. I'm still no beast but i've seen solid improvement since I started lifting for real this January.
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  4. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    I was in the same boat, I had next to no upper body strength. Got really into it this winter (mostly to get ripped for Spring Break), then went to Cancun for a week and got lazy when I return. I'm the type of guy that has to have a goal, or i'll just be like ehhh whatever. I'm planning on doing Warrior Dash, so atleast gives me something to work towards.
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  5. UrbanLegend3

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    Nice. I play semi-pro football so it's not much but being big/strong enough to not get absolutely killed is enough motivation lol.
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  6. titan1612

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    Hunter is the much better prospect and overall pick; and it's not close. Woods is a nice player; but potential-wise Hunter is in a different league. I went to UT and follow the Vols closely. Talent-wise, Hunter was the best on campus since Jamal Lewis. He can fly (4.4), has great height, and unbelievable leaping ability. Hunter also competed in the long jump while at UT, and could have represented the U.S. in the 2012 Olympics. If not for the ACL tear, Hunter would have undoubtedly been a top ten pick in this year's draft, and considered a can't miss prospect. He can be AJ Green and better if he stays healthy, and Locker can get him the ball. He'll be the most gifted player on the roster from the get-go, and quickly progress into the number one option.
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  7. TitansWillWin2

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    You see I'm the opposite, I hate working out legs! My upper body strength is crazy good for my weight! My lower body strength is laughable at best!
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    I am going to eat a pizza pretty soon and drink some beer.
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  9. CJtheBeast

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    I'm 5'8" 220 haven't worked out in a year and still have a pretty good frame. I think genetics play a lot in how well players can bulk or lean. On top of just being able to bulk (skill players can't just add fat) they have to maintain their speed or be very close to it to compete.


    As far as the debate goes I'm gonna go with Hunter.
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