Unsung Titans Heroes

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by MJTitans, Nov 10, 2008.

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Who is your unsung hero after 9 games?

  1. Dave Ball

    3.1%
  2. Vincent Fuller

    18.8%
  3. Eric King

    15.6%
  4. Jake Scott

    9.4%
  5. Lavelle Hawkins

    3.1%
  6. Stephen Tulloch

    31.3%
  7. Other

    18.8%
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  1. JMB54

    JMB54 Waitin on a Win!

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    I like the way Tony Brown has held the left side of the d line. Did anyone else notice how he was blowing up the Bears o-line at times yesterday? With much attention paid to Big Al and KVB, T Brown is a solid player.
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  2. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

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    This is very true. There is clearly more experienced and talented depth on the Titans team right now and it's happening in just about every area of the team.

    It's nice to have some cap room.
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  3. KamikaZ

    KamikaZ Ex-Hall of Famer

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    Crumpler has been my pick so far. Some people may think he's a waste because he isn't involved much int he passing game. But WOW is he effective on run blocking. He's a key reason why LenDale is having such a great year in the red-zone.
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  4. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith LET'S GO PREDATORS!!!!

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    Vinny Fuller has been stupendous. he is my pick hands down. Eric King has been good too.
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  5. MJTitans

    MJTitans Chris Whitley look him up Tip Jar Donor

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    I actually considered adding Harper to the list, too. He was a big part of our problem last year - anyone who needed to go deep would often burn him when the game was on the line. He ain't no Finnegan, but he isn't the Harper we saw last year, either. I was trying to keep starters off the list, though.

    But yea, Scaife is leading the team in receptions - and I'd like to see a stat on who leads the team in 3rd down conversions. It might easily be him. For an offense that wants to grind it out, a TE that converts 3rd down is priceless. Crumpler was supposed to be that guy, but Bo is the one getting it done.
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  6. PhiSlammaJamma

    PhiSlammaJamma Critical Possession

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    I would like to nominate the sofa that Kerry Collins fell off when we called him.
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  7. Bobo

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    I disagree. I think he's played well, and at least as good as Mawae, better than Amano. Amano hasn't been terrible (except for the game he got hurt and was slowed), but I wonder if he'll retain his spot next year. His lack of mobility makes it seem like he's a better fit at C.
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  8. BACK2SMASHMOUTH

    BACK2SMASHMOUTH TD's Please...

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    For me it's between King and Tulloch on the list. But I don't think Tulloch is really all too "unsung" anymore.

    But Eugene Amano anyone???

    This guy steps up to start at guard this year and the only real problems I've seen him have all season were the 2 sacks he gave up against the Packers right after he was shaken up on a previous play...

    He's definitely playing a better guard than Jake Scott which is a surprise because last year I saw him as a liability when he would fill in on the o-line.

    And he's a 1-AA product.

    Cheers Eugene!
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  9. BACK2SMASHMOUTH

    BACK2SMASHMOUTH TD's Please...

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    lol, proof that truth is in the eye of the beholder :ha:
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  10. ColtKiller

    ColtKiller Starter

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    How about Craig Hentrich? I know that punters typically don't get any love (rightfully so, they're punters) but it seems to me that almost every time our offense stalls we can count on ole' Craig to flip the field for us. He pinned the Bears inside the 20 several times yesterday, and that kind of thing is crucial in a close, field position game of football. Plus he had a 75 yard punt that went out at the 2 yard line against Cincinnati, thats just outrageous. Dude can tackle too, my vote goes to Craig Hentrich
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