Roos > Barron?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Bobo, Dec 11, 2006.

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  1. Bobo

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    Less penalties, less sacks given up, a better run blocker imo....and not being called out by his QB.

    So far, Roos > Barron :yes:

    Hey, you don't have to pick a LT top 10 :koolaid:
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  2. GoTitans3801

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    It's early, but he's been good so far. Hopefully he keeps it up. I like Stewart on the other side too, two young tackles could be a strong foundation for us.
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  3. TWR#1

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    Barron wasnt top 10 either....I believe he was actually 18th


    EDIT:I guess you were talking about us,and maybe taking Barron over Pac at the time,didnt think about that side,since he would've been top 10 then.
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  4. Soxcat

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    Roos is a top 15 pick talent wise. Had he played at a big time school he would have gone real early IMO. Right now he is better than Barron. Reese should get a huge amount of credit for picking two solid starting OTs in the same draft and being able to get a good LT in the second round, after trading down is as good as it gets.
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  5. Bobo

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    Top 10 was just a # thrown out there. Lots of people said we couldn't get a good LT outside of a very high pick. I thought different, and I'm glad that we did.
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  6. smili

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    Roos has really handled his man well this year with the exception of Freeney who gave Roos fits both games.
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  7. Pit Bull #53

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    Roos is better right now. Barron is a false start machine. He might have all the tools in the world- great size, arm length, quick feet, etc., but none of that matters if you can't get it together in your own head.
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  8. Pit Bull #53

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    Actually, I disagree about the Freeney point. Freeney did get past him a couple of times early in the game (all of which turned out to be relatively insignificant), but as the game went on, Roos figured out that spin move of his, and handled him pretty well.
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