Warmack vs Cooper

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansWillWin2, May 22, 2013.

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Who would you rather have had the Titans get?

  1. Chance Warmack

    30 vote(s)
    88.2%
  2. Jonathan Cooper

    4 vote(s)
    11.8%
  1. TitansWillWin2

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  2. Gunny

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    Warmack.
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  3. titan_fan_4ever

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    Forget the article...

    You can't underestimate 'mean' and 'nasty' here. We need a presence in the middle of the our line. JJ will get Warmacked along with the rest of the DT's who face him and that's what we need now more than anything. Just like our timid D, our O-Line has been filled with 'technicians' for a while now and what we need now is some brute strength and aggression.

    What that article doesn't point out is that we already got our technician in Andy for years to come. He's a proven commodity in that department. On the other side, beside Big Country, just imagining some "Big Country Warmackin" makes me very happy.... Also, another 'mean' player might bring out the old (and elite) Stewy. Think about the quick-footed Andy pullin across the line, with Stewy/Chance 'beastin' the right side... There should be a lot of 'CJ ripping off RT' or off the right side in general...

    I like Warmack on paper more than Coop for what I said above. Also, by all accounts, when its Schwenke's time, it could get even better.

    Course I can't read the future, so I don't know who will be better, but for now, I'm very happy. Also, we didn't have much of a 'choice' between the two, so that will soften the blow if Coop does in fact turn out to be the better pro. On paper though, it looks like we got who we needed.

    Also, doesn't hurt that we have the two best OL ever to teach the kid some technique...
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  4. CJtheBeast

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    ^^ What he said.
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  5. JCBRAVE

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    I voted Warmack simply because Levitre is the same as Cooper IMO, both nimble pass blockers. Warmack is the bulldozer we lack inside.
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  6. Titan43

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    Warmack ... thats who I wanted all along anyway
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  7. Titan43

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    The last couple of years our OL has been pushed around by opposing DLs (insert image of Amano vs the Colts). We need some hard nosed guys with a little attitude that won't let **** like that happen. I think Chance is exactly that guy (so is Schwenke for that matter). I can see Warmack blowing DLinemen up. I'm pretty sure CJ wont mind running behind someone doing that.

    Cooper will probably be good as well, but I really think that Warmack was the best fit for us (and the better player IMO). Watching his interviews he really seems like he wants to learn everything he can from Munch and Bruce and is all about football.
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  8. JCBRAVE

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    Rob Turner is another guy we added that plays with an attitude.
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  9. CalgaryTitansFan

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    Warmac. Love his game, and also love his attitude and the fact that he wanted to play here. I think he'll work well for us. I don't think I've ever said this before, but I'm actually excited to watch our OLine lol.
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  10. SawdustMan

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    Would've been happy with either but preferred Warmack. For the "nastiness" factor and the fact that Munch & Co. viewed him as the more NFL-ready player. Our line needed guys who can be impact players right away.
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