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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by xpmar9x, Apr 29, 2013.
I'd say 49ers and Vikings.
I'd say Vikings if they didn't give up half their draft to get Patterson.
I was drooling at Floyd at #23 and Rhodes at #25. Then I was able to live with them trading up for Patterson. Then I saw what they gave up. SMH
Yea but if he pans out to what Harvin has (or better, more upside) that trade won't be that bad.
9ers and Lions
Lions were taking players I wanted the Titans to get-- so I'm more than ok with my "other" team getting those guys.
That's way to hard to say right now.
I'm just super stoked about how our draft went. Let the pundits hate, we did a great job. I'm diggin' Ruston and something really tells me even if we have a bad year (which is possible b/c I'm just not sold on Jake/OC Loggins yet), he will stick around.
Anyway, back to the draft, these analysis saying we needed help on D and we are horrible and what not... But in fact, it was our offense that was to blame so much more. So many, and I mean so many, three and outs, without even getting one first down in a series... Absolutely unacceptable. The game is built now for high-scoring, we just can't be that bad anymore.
We have some really good talent on D and when Jerry woke up (scheme wise), the D really stepped up and for like a 4-5 week stretch was like best in the league (I know that during that stretch we weren't playing against top flight competition, but its still very telllin how bad his 'uber prevent' scheme was). We also did really well during free agency picking up good defensive players.
And we FINALLY have insurance against Kenny. I think that (and a contract year) will drive him to be the best he can be. This was MORE than a need actually.
And we got an underrated and physical CB who can duel with Coty for the nickel CB spot and allow ATV to shift inside when 3CBs are on the field.
Great value C, some calling him the best actually, but dropped b/c he has a 'weird' body. I'm really OK with that. Plus he used to play G in college except for his last year I think, so great versatility/value there.
Munch has a history of giving rookies a shot so I don't see this year being any different. I believe we drafted another good OLB that can provide a unique skill set, a C that might get some starts this year, an OG that just might negate JJ Watt, and possibly a solid #1 or 2 receiver out of Hunter.
I think its a great year when you have 3 rookies contribute. I definitely believe 3 rookies will receive quite a bit of playing time.