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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, May 8, 2013.
Picked up parmele
@glennonsports: #Titans have also signed former Jags RB Jalen Parmele, who visited team last week. #tntitans
And Harper was a bum, dude was a sure waste of a forth. I think everyone was pretty weak on that pick.
I was impressed with Parmele in the final game of the year last year. Very tough, physical runner.
We already signed that Parmele dude that used to be with the Jagrags.
Edit: too late
Guess Parmele is the replacement. Best of luck to Harper, was never gonna work here.
That was a horrible waste of a 4th rounder. Harper never got it in his head to run north and south. Every time he got the ball you knew he was headed toward the sidelines trying to outrun people to the edge. It never worked.
When I first saw that I was hoping they were making cap room for Abraham. Guess not.
PS Is it bad that I got excited when I first saw this because the first Harper I thought of was Nick? I wish we could cut him all over again. That's how good that one felt.
We have one of the undrafted rookie RBs to watch
Stefphon Jefferson – Jefferson rushed for over 1,800 yards at Nevada last year, so there’s no reason to think he can’t be a productive NFL runner. He has good vision and is able to run through the line of scrimmage with a great burst once he sees the hole. He may not make a lot of big plays, but he doesn’t make a lot of bad plays either; he’s consistently productive, and at the end of the day that’s going to matter more to NFL teams than pure skills. Jefferson signed with Tennessee, which is a roster he may be able to make as the third running back on the depth chart.
Take it for what it is, but the team ran the QB option runs out of the pistol. The qbs job was to give the RB the best possible looks or keep it himself... Padded stats when you think about the scheme. I'm not saying he is a bum, just that the scheme helps the stats look better.
Whenever I see a team running the pistol now, I don't truely know how to read the RBs talent for the nfl. Especially when the runs were almost exclusively from that formation.