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Titans WRs draw high praise

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Titans Insider, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. Titans Insider

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    Both Titans head coach Mike Munchak and offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains singled out the team’s wide receiver corps for praise as the OTA sessions drew to a close.

    On Tuesday, Loggains praised the precision of the group.

    “As far as mental busts, the one thing I was really impressed with was this year, the receiver group has probably had fewer mental mistakes than probably the rest of the group outside the quarterbacks, and that’s the first time that’s happened here since I’ve been here in eight years,” Loggains said.

    “I think it’s a standard we set. I think it’s a standard (new receivers coach Shawn Jefferson) set. These guys are like our fans. They’re tired of losing. They want to win. They want to go to the playoffs.”

    On Wednesday, Munchak took things even further.

    “The receiving group has been fun to watch, the way they’re working in the run game and the pass game,” Munchak said. “We’ve drafted guys at that position the last few years and there’s great competition and camaraderie there.

    “I think it was fun seeing Kenny (Britt) healthy and not having questions every day about his health, and seeing (Kendall Wright) lose 15 pounds and running out here like a guy who’s going to break a lot of runs next year. Nate Washington has had the best camp he’s had since he’s been here. He’s been a leader. He’s been everything you could ask for.

    “You’ve got some guys who could make plays. So we’re excited. It’s fun to watch them. They compete against each other and they push each other. I just think it’s going to be a fun group to watch.”

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  2. BiscoPhan11

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    Well at least now there is no room left for doubt that they are, indeed, "fun to watch."
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    Of course the WR's look good, look who they're facing in practices

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    Hopefully their precision helps with Locker's accuracy and development.


    I hope we have a great receiving core. Will only help out the run game and help Locker. If our O-Line is opening up holes for CJ and getting him to the 2nd level we'd have one explosive offense.
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    a lost cause...
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  6. The Hammer

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    Sigh off season
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  7. Ghost

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    I wonder how Justin Hunter is looking.

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    He said he snuck into team drills for 1 play and Loggains caught him afterwards.
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    pics or it didnt happen.
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  10. NewHorizans

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    This is great news. I can't remember any year lately the coaches were praising the WR core. With Britt healthy combined with Washington, Wright, and Hunter, we might have the best core in history of the Titans. Just need Locker to get them the ball consistently.
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