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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Apr 25, 2013.
Can't be the team's top skill player when you're on the sidelines.
Who did you want at 10? I wanted a DT but can see why we passed on them and Rhodes I liked but was a bit of a reach. Warmack is fine with me. I wasn't thrilled when it happened and I agree with you about the position but I do have Warmack > Warford and it's not about the school.
Warmack crushes Goodell, I like that he looks genuinely ecstatic to be picked by us.
I think you just try to be different for the sake of being different and argue for the sake of arguing. You really want to argue KB is our top skill player, get real.
And Larry Warford is better than Warmack, comedy gold.
You're killin it today.
While Cooper may have been your #1 guard it doesn't mean he was the Titans.
1. Kenny Britt IS our #1 skill player. If healthy... and that's not debatable.
2. Larry Warford allowed ZERO sacks. And he's considered a "run blocker", not pass blocker. I'd say that alone at least puts him in debate. But watch the 2 play.... Warford looks better on tape. And in the 2nd round? No brainer for me.
I don't understand all the stink about this pick. Not only was he one of the highest rated guards he was one of the highest rated players period. Not a lot of question marks with this guy. Fills a huge need. What's the problem?? And lol at not taking guards at 10. We took Munch at 8 and I dare say that worked out pretty well for us...
Rhodes (not a reach at 10... best CB in the draft)
All would have been better picks that'd help our team more than Warmack.
CJ runs backwards and is considered the "top skill" player in your opinion...
I will debate that everyday.
Are we supposed to bank on getting Warford in the second? If he gets taken before us then what? I trust a 2 HOF lineman over you to pick our OG.
Have football fans seen the last of Chance Warmack’s big belly now that he’s headed for the NFL?
His midsection took on a life of its own over the past couple of seasons at Alabama, after Warmack began rolling up his jersey during games – exposing the ample belly of a 320-pound athlete.
“It’s all about being comfortable for me,” Warmack said. “I wasn’t really trying to get any attention or separate myself. It was hot. Obviously I wasn’t comfortable so I rolled up my jersey and I kind of just went with it because I was getting it done that way. So I just kept doing that, rolling my jersey up.”
Friends and fans soon began the phenomenon known as “Warmackin’ ” – exposing one’s belly and taking a picture of it for social media.
“I support (Warmackin’),” he said with a chuckle, “and I appreciate the support.”
Warmack said he even considered showing his belly to a national television audience on Thursday, after the Titans made him the 10th overall pick.
“Man, I was going to ‘Warmack’ when I walked across the stage,” he said. “But my mom was like … she’ll kill me, so I didn’t do it.”
It’s unclear whether Warmack will be able to bare the belly once he reaches the NFL, given the tighter uniform restrictions in the league.
“I probably won’t be able to do it in the NFL,” he said. “Maybe on commercials.”
Said Titans coach Mike Munchak: “We’d probably have to call the commissioner and get approval (for him to roll up his shirt). There are a lot of rules in the NFL that … they want to cover that (belly). People might not want to see that on TV.”
If you have further interest in the Warmackin’ phenomenon, you can always follow his belly on Twitter: @belly_warmack.
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