Leinart Would Enjoy Reunion with Chow

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  1. goTitans.com

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    SUMMARY: With the Titans holding the third pick of the 2006 NFL Draft, there is a chance that USC QB Matt Leinart and former USC offensive coordinator Norm Chow could be reunite. If it were to happen, Leinart would be happy with the reunion. "If it were to happen like that and I was reunited with Coach Chow, it would be cool," Leinart said. "It is so early to really talk about it, the scouting process is so early. But me and Coach Chow had a great relationship in college at USC. I still talk with him quite a bunch."

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  2. Fry

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    i would not enjoy a reunion.
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  3. Bizz21

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    I think a Reunion would be great for our offense. We need a pure passer and that is what Leinart is. We need to find a way to trade up and make sure we get him.
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  4. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    That is the craziest notion I've ever heard.
    I'm the village idiot around here...let's get that straight right off...

    Dude, that is SO CRAZY...:crazy:

    Sorry, I hate making bad first impressions.
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  5. We donĀ“t need to trade up for Leinart, we can get one of the QB with the third pick, I would go for Vince, but if Vince is gone Leinart sounds like the No.2 option for us and a very good option, but I rather have Young then Leinart.
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    Funny, I was wondering if both of them actually want it to happen. It's kind of a strange thing. Cause lot's of times the nfl is where you make a name for yourself. I'd think many players would rather it didn't. It's like going to college with your father. You kinda want to get away and become your own person. Create your own identity. Try something new.

    I wonder how Chow feels.
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  8. Bizz21

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    Guys, are you crazy, Vince Young is just another Mike Vick. He is never going to lead us to the promise land. We can not waste our number 3 pick on him. Matt L. would help us very very soon and if we can't get him, we need to pick a defensive player or an offensive lineman. Plain and simple.
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    That's all fine and good even if you are wrong but what is this:
    That's nuts!
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  10. Architect

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    Personally I dont see anything wrong with having a Vick type of player. Vick has a great arm his offense just doesnt suit his attributes nor does he have a go to reciever. A QB that cant make plays with his feet limits your options greatly and any defensive coordinator with any sense knows how to destroy a pure passer. BLITZ THE HELL OUT OF HIM. Look what happened to Manning when they faced the Steelers.
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