Titans Hopeful for Odom Return Sunday

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  1. goTitans.com

    goTitans.com A living legend. Staff

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    SUMMARY: With the hopeful return of DE Antwan Odom Sunday, Titans coach Jeff Fisher feels it will help keep Kyle Vanden Bosch and Travis LaBoy fresh in the DE rotation. "We’re expecting if he can play he’s going to return to the high level of play that we got out of him during training camp," Fisher said. "That’s what we’re hoping for. It’s only going to give Travis (LaBoy) an opportunity to stay fresh and do what he does best. Now Kyle (Vanden Bosch) on the other hand, he’s not fond of standing on the sideline. (It will) give him a chance to come out, catch his breath and go back in. That’s what it allows us to do, kind of get back to that wave effect that we’ve had success with."

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  2. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    did they ever announce what the actual injury was?
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  3. TitanJeff

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    Yeah. It was some kind of strange dislocation between the knee and the tibia and fibula that, believe it or not, is more common with rodeo barrel racers and paratroopers.
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  4. Brian

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    Odom is a bust.
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  5. GOFIGURETITANS

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    Odom will get a sack Sunday.
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  6. Titansfan10

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    positive is good..
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  7. Tennessee

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    I would disagree, not strongly, but slightly... I think he has been effective in the way the Titans have used him.

    Plus, DE was a necessity, and it is a challenge to find anyone better at end taken after him in 2004...

    in his first two years with split time, he's averaged about 2 sacks a forced fumble or 2 and recovery, 11-13 QB pressures, also 1-2 TD's, plus he's good for about 45 tackles/year.

    Not a bust IMO...

    I'm looking forward to what he brings when he's healthy.
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    as you like to say Great Fans :ha:
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  9. KptTitanFan

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    What about Robaire Smith, is he going to be able to play any in this game? I think we need all the help we can get on both O-Line and the D-Line...
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