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Picking Locker over Kaepernick, biggest mistake this Titans ever made

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TheSureThing, Feb 3, 2013.

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  1. madeupdreams Special Teams Standout

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    You must have forgotten the 2005 draft. You never know though, maybe Pacman will turn out to be a better pick than Aaron Rodgers.:anon:
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  2. amy Starter

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    You're only as good as the rest of the team, the coaches, and the competition. To say one is better than another after less than one season without taking all these things into consideration is silly and shows a lack of thinking ability. no offense.
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  3. The Hammer I already got half a buzz on

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    And maybe Donald Trump will be president one day :p
  4. Finnebosch I am vengeance.

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    WR: If Britt was healthy this maybe closer but seeing as he isn't (and most likely never will be) I'd say the 49ers have the better receiving core by a good ways. Carbtree is better then Washington, Britt is better the Moss but only slightly, Wright is better then Manningham, Williams (49ers) is better then Williams (Titans). All of that is with AJ Jenkins basically getting a "redshirt" year. Next season the two groups won't even be close unless Britt can put a healthy season together.

    TE: The 49ers have a huge advantage here seeing as Davis is a much better player the Cook. Walker is much better then Stevens. Heck Walker is a better player then Cook.

    HB: Johnson is a better player then Gore in half the games he plays in but Gore is a much more consistent runner that does not kill drives for his team. Add in the fact that the 49ers then have Kendale Hunter as compared to Reynard and there is no comparison tht the 49ers have the better HB's

    OL: Not even going into how much better their OL is then ours. It's to depressing.
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  5. Ensconatus Namaste

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    Can I please hear some people answer me why Kaep had the success he had? I wanna hear some explanations with some real reasoning. GO!
  6. Riverman Dread the red

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    I don't know about that.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/201...uper-bowl-xlvii-other-teams-whiffed-harbaughs

    We NEVER had an open interview process. The job was going to be handed to Munchak from the minute it was decided Fisher was out.

    Money talks. We could have taken a chance on interviewing Harbaugh if there had been a genuine interest. We could have made the pot sweet enough if we liked what we saw. Plain and simple- we whiffed by our stupid azz approach with the "hand-off". Munchak didn't get the job because he was the best available, he got the job because he was the available applicant who was the most loyal to the organization. A stupid way to hire.
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  7. Finnebosch I am vengeance.

    Morgan
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    He is a talented player on a great team in a scheme that plays to his strengths... it's not hard to figure out.
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    So Kaep comes to TN and who is he?
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    Dink/dunk? Naw, he sucks at short range. He is a long down field passer and takes too many chances doing so. If he was dink/dunk we would be better off lol. Could run some west coast style timing stuff and keep it low variance but naw... Dude can't hit a crossing route, but he can out the ball on a dime passed 20 yards.
  10. Finnebosch I am vengeance.

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    He'd most likely still be Colin Kaepernick; I doubt living in Tennessee would make him try and change his name.
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