Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by mike75, Sep 15, 2013.
QFT. stupid baptist sports medicine...er saint thomas...er whoever it is.
i think Parmele is still on his couch. or in your bed maybe...
This is a huge loss for us. I love Battle, but Greene is obviously better.
I bet with Greene, we beat Houston.
One running back shouldn't make a difference for this team. I don't like the "small ball" approach. The Titans are like the British fighting in formation against the Revolutionaries... aka fisherball... just not going to work. We could and should have won the game by striking when we had the lead. What's wrong with going up by 14? Play "small ball" after you have a monster lead!
I agree, but wearing defenses down with Greene and Battle and then letting CJ burn them ain't a bad strategy.
CJ will destroy the Chargers Sunday.
I remember it was either Christmas or thanksgiving cjs first or 2nd year we got destroyed but I told my family watch Johnson hes gonna be a special player and Johnson sure did look really good lets hope he can replicate that and our d gets some stops and jake protects the ball and CONTINUES to improve
Lol... he was already on pace for 2,000 yards when you made that "bold prediction" though.
I became a huge fan of him during the 2008 season... drafted him 3rd overall in FF in 2009 because I knew what I was doing. Bought his jersey before the 2009 season began, but I barely wear it anymore due to his inconsistent/awful play at times in recent seasons.
Last time we played the Chargers, we were dominating them and CJ had that insane run... then it all went downhill like it always does against the Chargers.
That was also the game Kenny got hurt, and we followed it up by claiming Randy Moss off of waivers and decided he would be utilized best on the bench.
maybe it was his rookie year? I know no one in my family knew who he was. did they play his rookie year
Nope... that X-Mas game against the Chargers was the second to last game of the 2009 season when he was already over 1800 yards.
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