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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Dec 7, 2012.
Look like we're drafting a WR in the draft.....
That's right fellas. Most of you think you know how players choose the way they want to work. Maybe his idea of playing football past 30 for that type of money is not worth it, and its his life.
He never seemed like a bad wr to me, and against the ravens in the playoffs he pretty much dominated; even when cj was gone. Liked him, had one of the best first down rates in the leage back then
I 'know' nothing, but if Preston was any good then its pretty real bad GM/Coaching too be rotting him on the PS when the WR are stonehanded idiots week after week
average at his best
Are we seriously going to go into it about Justin Gage now?
Is this what we* have become?
we could always discuss Lenwhale and the buffett incident or how X-Titan RBs go too Denver too die - literally
Hellll no hes not better than D Will.
DWill gets no type of love. He might even be as good as Kendall and is certainly better than Gage's sorry ass.
Seems to me that Hassleback made many of our recievers look good last year. The change from the previous year was really significant. Maybe the quaterback has something to do with the drop off ? ? ?
Well, you've got Kendall Wright and Britt on the field, so that is 100 catches at this point that went to other people.
Hawk is the odd man out with the aforementioned players on the field.
Cook had 49 catches last year and has 41 catches in 12 games, so his numbers are actually up.
Stevens is getting targeted a lot more. He had 9 catches last year, he already has 19 this season.
Dwill had 45 last year and 27 so far this season, so his numbers are down by .75 catches per game.
Nate had 74 catches last year and is only at 38 so far, but he is still on pace to get 844 yards.
I'm fine with the production, the issue is the drops and mistakes the last few weeks.