Tennessee Titans Positional Review: RB/FB

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. TitansWillWin2

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    Too bad he was valuable this season being that he led our team in td's. He was even more valuable the Frank Gore was.
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  2. CRUDS

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    wow, still going there... CJ is so valuable he led us to the NFC Championship game..
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    You gonna jump ship when he's released?
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  4. TitansWillWin2

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    Been here long before CJ so not a chance. I for one hope he goes to another team that actually wants him. This fan base has too many butt hurt losers who are still mad at him for his contract he got. They just come up with ridiculous reasons to bash him when I continue to show that to bash him is liking bashing Frank Gore. CJ produced better than him and plenty of other rb's from last season. Yards from scrimmage and tds from scrimmage that is.
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  5. JCBRAVE

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    You forgot the wind has to be a calm 5MPH or less
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  6. The Hammer

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    Ooooohhhh led a terrible offense in TDs. I should hope he led the team in TDs with all the touches he got.

    Congratulations on the mediocrity CJ :notworthy:
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    Once you wake from your CJ induced coma you'll realize that gig was up several years ago.
    Admit it, it doesn't matter about YFS, rushing or blocking or who went to the bathroom the most - you suit your argument to CJ's numbers.
    The ONLY number that matters is W/L and when you dedicate 70% of your offense to player that is extremely average you won't be winning games.

    This is why CJ can choose to help this team by taking less money and a more reasonable role or he can leave and be someone else's problem..
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  8. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    No way he would be on a commercial like this today.
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  9. JR1980

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    He isn't even just average on this team...He is downright terrible! Lets call it what it is. No excuse for his inability to find seems and or break tackles/run hard. Absolutely none. The Detroit lines of old had a line 10x worse, and I never saw Barry Sanders flopping around like he does. I mean, when you run for 3.9 ypc and have a longest run all season of 30 yards, and don't crack the top 10 while making 8 million...You can't just blame the rest of the team. Look in the mirror a bit. They went out and added many pieces to try and help him, and I saw ZERO improvement, infact, he got worse.....I don't hate the dude, hell, I have a jersey or two, but come on man, how can you justify the production and laziness?! Time to be happy and look forward to new things gang, no matter how he does elsewhere. I think the fans are perfectly justified to have negative opinions.
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  10. Mberglo

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    I'm looking for a pile-moving beast of a RB. I'm tired of the bouncing falling style of CJ. Give me 4 yards on EVERY carry, and we'll go far.

    It's a new day in Titansland, and we need a fresh start.
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