Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by bulluck4dMVP, May 20, 2006.
funny.............we gave KVB the benefit of the doubt after missing two yrs with knee injuries far worse............but we wont give Ty a break.............people forget at the time of his injury he was having a monster preseason...................i think Ty is going to have a nice yr...........
I think 90% of Calico's problems are between the ears and he's had a TON of breaks when it comes to the drops due to a lack of concentration.
He better have a breakout preseason or he may not see the field much from September on.
he does not need a monster season...........he needs to click with Volek/VY and he'll be redone.............if not he'll be gone............
And the Titans desperately need a deep threat but Fisher will never play him ahead of anyone he feels it more reliable.
YES we need a deep threat....if ty steps up he makes the offense open up....
Johnathan Orr will he make it, I mean is at any risk to get cut since he just got drafted?
Orr might be the kind who they put on the practice squad. But you never know.
Calico has a history of dropping passes. So why is Kuharsky "bashing" him for reporting what he's seeing?
What difference does it make whose "fault" it is that he's not getting the job done? Either he starts catching the ball or he's gone.
I'm sure Reese and Fisher don't want to give up on a second-round pick and would like to keep him if they can, but Calico has got to give them a reason to want to keep him. The only things in Calico's favor are his potential and his relatively modest cap number. The potential can remain unfulfilled for only so long.
It is still a little early to be thinking about cutting a guy. Let's see how Calico does in camp and the pre-season before we start roasting the guy as a bust. He had issues his rookie year with dropping passes in practice but when he was used early on he responded well. Maybe he will respond and start to look in camp and pre-season like he did before the injury.
Does he need to raise his game a notch and become more reliable? Of course but staying on the team at this point has nothing to do with his draft postion or his salary. It is all about if he can beat out the lowest guy on the roster and if he can't do that he should be gone.
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