Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Jun 11, 2006.
Acually he was traded to the 9ers for Ken Dorsey.
if we get a backup QB does that mean law is tottaly out of the question??
I don't know what kind of irony this is, put let's frame this up so we can gauge the severity of the qb shortage here... ok, we deal McNair to the Ratbirds who plowed over us on their way to the Super Bowl winning it with Trent Dilfer who isn't good enough for the Browns who take and stick with a guy like Couch.
Didn't we start with Redmond?
he was released before the season began.
Okay, even though I've said this before myself, let's look at this..
He ruptured a spleen and finished the game. Pundits asked "What are they feeding the QBs in Tennessee that makes them so tough?"
Pardon my memory lapse, but what was next? a torn shoulder? Well, Drew Brees had the same problem, and nobody here is chapping his butt about it.
I seem to remember that there was a third injury...forgot what. No matter....My point is that I don't remember Steve McNair faring very well behind that same O-line.
Given the injury history of this team, I think that calling BV "glass" is just throwing stones in...in...dangit, there's some phrase about this, and I forgot what it was....
Avvie "I'm not a doctor, but I've given lots of money to them" Hughes
all Titan qb's are tough:
Pastorini played with broken ribs and a punctured lung. Missed only 5 games in his career.
Volek will be tough whether he likes it or not.
NFL changed the emergency QB rule last year right??? Meaning they eliminated that rule so if teams wanted a 3rd active QB he counted against the 46 game day limit correct?
I know the dolts only had 2 QBs and the Titans started the season with 2.
you are comparing three QB injuries to one QB who has had two/three serious injuries.
Couch isn't in the NFL anymore. Talk about a bust. Charlie Frye is the guy in Cleve.
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