Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, May 15, 2013.
Did not say I agree with it. Just think that is where they are headed.
If Nate stays with us, then I expect this to be our lineup:
Come to think of it, we have too much depth at the WR that some people wont get enough PT they deserve!
I dont see Nate in the gameplan after this year, but since we didnt land Welker I think he will be on the field in 2013. I think Williams can step up and fill his spot.
Which is another reason I do not see Nate on the Roster at the start of the season. Also still see Walter ahead of Hunter. At least at the start. JCBRAVE made a good point. Walter is there to demonstrate to Hunter how to be a big possession receiver.
Hunter will be #2 week 1
You sure? I swear I saw it was in between $2-3mil.
You also have to remember we've yet to get a complete season from Britt, depth at WR is something we've never had. I'll take it
If I had to make up a number I'd say it's 60/40 favoring Nate staying. But I think it's a very, very real possibility that he isn't on the team come opening day. I just have a hard time seeing where he fits now that we drafted Hunter. Especially considering the price tag that comes along with him.
As I've said before, I don't think we traded up to the top of the 2nd round for a #4/#5 receiver. This staff needs to win now. He's going to be one of the top 3 guys right off the bat IMO. And then we still have Britt and Wright. I don't see Washington wanting to play the #4 role for the Tennessee Titans when there are better options out there. E.G. He'd be the #1 (#2 at worst) guy in New England.
Don't get me wrong, I really like Nate. And if he wants to stay here as a non-starter then that'd be great. I just don't see it. He's not washed up yet.
I watched the video of him on the Titans site and was really impressed with the way he ran. He really glides and runs crisp routes. I admittedly didn't know too much about him when we signed him but am excited to see what he can do.
I say Hunter will be our #3. I disagree with whoever said WR was hard to play well right away. I think it's one of the easier positions to come in and play well right away.
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