Tennessee's Titans Mt. Rushmore of Shame.

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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  2. Laserjock

    Laserjock South Endzone Rocks! Staff

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    Easy now...I hear he makes a mean meatball sub down at Subway...
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  3. fitantitans

    fitantitans This space For Rent

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    Reynoldo Hill surpasses Lamont Thompson. I'm am possitive that the only reason Hill has been on this team so long is because he has photographs of Fisher doing something illegal!
    "Home Run Throwback", or the Music City Miracle, was designed for Mason but he was injured. Dyson took his place on the field and he will always be given credit for the play. Sorry Mas!
    I would also like to nominate the person(s) responsible for signing Thigpen and following it up by bringing in Carl Pickens the following year.
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  4. psychotictitan

    psychotictitan Its About That Time...

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    So its cold outside and it was from 51 yards out,so he gets a pass? If he hits that kick, the game would of been tied up and who knows after that,maybe we win,maybe we lose, but we would of it least had 1 more possession to score or possibly go into O.T. I think hes a solid kicker and he has won a lot of regular season games for us since hes been here but if you wana be considered clutch, you make those types of kicks in the playoffs. Adam Vinatieri is going to go down as one of the most clutch kickers of all time because he made a living kicking in all types of weather and from all distances. For you to sit there and say that at that particular time, his kick wasnt going to decide the game is absolutely absurd. Points in the playoffs are extremely hard to come by, so when you have a chance to score even if its 3 points,thats better then nothing. At the time it may seem like its only a field goal but that could very well determine the outcome of a game, and in this case it did because we're sitting here talking about it
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    hahahahahahahaha
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  6. A.D.

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    It seemed like every time the Titans did something good in the community - helping tornado victims, visiting wounded soldiers at the Ft. Campbell hospital, visiting the local hospitals and children's hospital, raising money for local charities, etc - Pacman would have another incident which overshadowed all of the good deeds that his teammates had done. His antics stole the headlines from all of the good news. Can we put his face on our Mt Rushmore of Shame four times? Lord knows he's had a lot more than four incidents that would earn him a spot there. My four nominees are:

    Pacman
    Adam Jones
    Adam Bernard Jones
    Pacman Jones
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    How many meatballs does he drop before he finishes making a sub?
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  8. GoTitans3801

    GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Of course he doesn't get a pass, he just shouldn't be considered for the Titans' Mt. Rushmore of Failure. The missed FG didn't decide the game, the three turnovers did. We would have had a tie on our hands if that FG went in, and who knows if we would have won or lost. Considering the momentum shift in that stadium, I think we would have lost in OT anyway. You could feel it in the air after we kept making screwup after screwup. What I'm saying is that a missed kick in a game full of screwups is certainly not enough to qualify as a top four failure all time for this team.
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  9. psychotictitan

    psychotictitan Its About That Time...

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    thats my point
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  10. GoTitans3801

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    To me, that still falls VERY far short of worthy of top four notoriety in Titans history, especially when his other positives are taken into consideration.

    Really, you think he's a worse blunder for this team than Pacman? A worse contributor than Lamont Thompson? Than Eddie Berlin?
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