Titans to Pick Third in 2006 Draft

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  1. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler

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    the answer to your question is : Probably Not

    there is a differnce in them
    Matt won alot of games with a great offense and a great defense
    Jay won alot of games (sometimes) by himself

    Chow has stated that he doesn't think Matt is as talented as Carson was
    and Matt (arguably) has MUCH better talent around him than Carson did

    Jay had next to nothing working for him and he still mad headlines

    there's is no secret why Jay is ranked up there with Lienart and Young

    I'd have to say he is the Roethlesberger of this draft
    meaning a few QB's could go ahead of him and he outperform them
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  2. titanduck77

    titanduck77 Camp Fodder

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    Then if we dont take Leinart then we take young. I really think our o-line is fine. I really like Jay Cutlur to but he isnt #3 pick material more like 10-20 pick material because he really hasnt proved himself yet. So I say if Texas wins and young puts up great #'s he has no choice but to come out. I realy think he would be like just like Mcnair. Young has the best passer rating in the NCAA. I think that says something.
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  3. Broken Record

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    I think Tim Couch had pretty good college numbers as well...
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  4. TitanGuy

    TitanGuy Hey, Mama Rock Me...

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    Pssst!!!! Are You Kidding!!!!!!!!! Good Joke!!!!!!!!
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  5. Woody81

    Woody81 Camp Fodder

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    Curious what the staff thinks of Loper and Stewart - that should have some bearing on the liklihood of drafting Brick. He's probably my pick because I think the lines are the foundation of a team. The Dline has come along...another bookend solidifies a young Oline with quality depth given a few vet departures. Hawk wouldn't hurt my feelings either - I'd love to see an aggressive D. Rebuild the House of Pain.
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  6. GLinks

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    I think they think they suck right now.
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    Doubt that they think they suck, because they could be waived at anytime. And I guarantee you another team would grab them quickly. More likely Reese and coaches are waiting for a decision on Hopkins.
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  8. GLinks

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    Even if that's what they think, they'd still not give up on them for a couple of years. I just remember reading that Stewart was behind the curve, and no mention all season of Loper.
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  9. Woody81

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    they were both inactive the majority of the year, regardless if Hop leaves we need a starting tackle. Might as well be Brick - that would keep Bell at G. VY is more of a project that has potential of not panning out. Why not pick a starter - Brick or Hawk.
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  10. DeutschTitan

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    Nothings guarunteed in the Draft. To say that Brick and Hawk are guarunteed to be better than Young is a bit far fetched. You don't know who is going to be what until the end of the '06 season. So many people have said "so and so are going to be all-Pro, Pro-Bowl, SB this that yada yada" and then it turns out that they don't. Ryan Leaf comes to mind.
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