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PFF 2013 Position Ratings for the Titans

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tennessy XO, Jul 19, 2013.

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  1. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    As much as I love Eddie George, he wasn't even averaging 3.5 yards per carry from 2001-2003. Those were the years McNair carried this team.

    This team needs an identity. If you consider the Chris Johnson offense of one splash play here and there as a sustainable identity then we'll just have to agree to disagree.

    CJ was a great addition after 2007 because we had one of the best defenses in the league and one big play a game was enough to change the scoreboard in our favor. That's not what we need right now.
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    SlidePiece and BiscoPhan11 high five this.
  2. RollTide All-Pro

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    Both started on the outside last year. they played the same position last year and Mccourty was better in man coverage. Where did you get the idea they play totally different positions?
  3. Titanup1982 Pro Bowler

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    I didn't mean to say they both play different positions. I meant to say that they both play totally different games.
  4. RTH Meh...

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    I hate reading ratings where second year players are considered so high. Luck and RGIII should be above average only. They continue this coming season with great play, THEN put them higher.

    Consider how they would've ranked VY after his first year. Yeah. Give a player at least one year before you "crown" them.

    Above average is still good. Gotta earn higher grades.
  5. Ensconatus Namaste

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    This is only reasoned because media believes he's basically going to be a bench player this season with limited snaps. This is coming from the majority of folks who don't watch every one of our games. This graphic is based on expected starting roles with the latest news making verner to be a black sheep.

    Verner will at the least play nickel this year.
  6. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    He's still our 2nd best CB, he will see the field a lot.

    IDK whats up with all this Coty Sensabaugh talk, he can't even spell his name correctly.
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    I think we will see a very specialized approach with Wilson competing with Campbell for the starting right corner spot and Verner competing with Sensabaugh for the NB.

    I hope that we are not forced to start Verner again outside because Wilson or Campbell can't cut it.
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    Sensabaugh played some last year and did ok. Are you suggesting that a 4th rd pick shouldn't be competing in his 2nd year? We expect him to compete this year and do some things for us.
  9. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    Verner is a tougher player, he's a great tackler, and learns his opponent with every play. I value that more than what Coty offers.
  10. RollTide All-Pro

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    The issue for me when we drafted Sensabaugh was why he never even made honorable mention all conference in the ACC being a starting CB at Clemson.I know he didn't because i looked it up.

    This is a guy with 4.33 speed, a 4th rd pick he is 24 years old and got his feet wet last year. I expect him to compete for something.

    I'm tired with this litany of 3rd and 4th rd DBs we keep getting who are worthless.

    Beckham-Echols-Gardner-Lowry-Waddell all worthless crap!

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