Rookies Play Big Role in Eagles Win

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  1. goTitans.com

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    SUMMARY: Rookies Stephen Tulloch and Cortland Finnegan stood out Sunday in the Titans 31-13 victory against the Eagles. "Coaches put me in the right spot, and I was able to rally off my teammates," Finnegan said. "They encouraged me and boosted me up." A first quarter play in which Finnegan batted away a deep pass to Reggie Brown was a confidence booster. "That was huge for me, being that it was the first deep pass and my first pass actually," Finnegan said. "That was huge for me, and I just rallied off that, really." Tulloch improvised on a play where he abandoned his run gap to cover L.J. Smith and placed himself in position to make an interception in the end zone. "I thought the interception drained the crowd, and it was a big play," Tulloch said. "I think after the interception we just got things rolling. Anytime that you can hold a team on the goal line, it is very big and we were able to capitalize on the play."

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  2. Gunny

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    You reckon Finnegan's word of the day toilet paper was rally? :ha:
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  3. Titansfan10

    Titansfan10 Camp Fodder

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    sure as heck is better than Hill
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  4. paraconspiracy

    paraconspiracy long time browser no more

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    ooohhhhhh SNAP!
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  5. SuperTitan

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    Can someone who watch the game give an assessment of he MLB?
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  6. tulloch played great
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  7. GOFIGURETITANS

    GOFIGURETITANS Don't Do Stupid Sh't !

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    can anyone say "finnigan-ology"

    :ha:
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  8. Titansfan10

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    haha yah i could but i wanna see more of him, see if he can play well each week, the thing i liked most was his effort and hustle plus hes pretty fast so that helps a lot, i think he is better than Hill...
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  9. Slackmaster

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    It would be "Finneganism."

    Not some flaky religion, but a rational ideology.
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