With the 30th Pick in the 2009 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans Select....Pat White?

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  1. TitansCollector

    TitansCollector #9 GBNF

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    I have done a bit of homework on this kid, and I have to say, I was all about drafting a reciever at pick #30 until now. This kid could be deadly in our offense. Imagine if you will, (after reading this article) a offense with Washington and Gage split out wide, Scaife on the line, Pat White in at QB, Johnson, and Hall lined up behind him! WOW! What do you all think, I would say pick 30 could be the perfect place for the Titans to get a multicraft potential stud player.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/don_banks/04/21/pat.white/index.html
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  2. jessestylex

    jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

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    Not this year! i dont want us to try and pick a hidden star. we got lucky last year i doubt we get lucky 2 times in a row! lets just get a big name player already.
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  3. From-the-stands

    From-the-stands Starter

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    Did you forget Jeff Fisher is still coaching the Titans, otherwise why bring up something that will never happen?
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  4. onetontitan

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  5. jefferyjames21

    jefferyjames21 Camp Fodder

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    may be a little early to pick him
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  6. TitansCollector

    TitansCollector #9 GBNF

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    Who would have thought he would reach last year and take Johnson? I remember everyone questioning that pick, until they saw him on he field.
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  7. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

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    I'm totally against such a thing. seems we already have a running QB on the roster. Forgot about him?

    As a WR or RB prospect white is worth at best a 4th rd pick.

    And no he is not a stud athlete for the nfl. Not a first rd caliber athlete and not the same caliber as harvin who is faster and more of a proven player at both those positions.
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  8. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

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    Johnson was a RB in college and was drafted to play RB. He also ran a 4.24 40.

    To be a Wr in the nfl you need to get off the blocks and in your route fast. White was timed at 1.60 for 10 yards a time that linemen run. CJ was timed at 10 yard at 1.40 an infinitely more explosive player. I also don't like his 7.07 cone time. I would expect better for a guy like him.

    Every year there is a college QB who gets drafted to play WR and in almost every case they don't work out. Randal el is one of the rare ones.
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  9. Ubiq

    Ubiq BAMF

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    If I heard Goodell say Pat White's name at #30, I honestly don't know what I'd do...it would probably involve throwing the nearest object through the TV screen. That would probably be the dumbest pick in NFL history.
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  10. some chris js

    some chris js touchdown titans

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    i'd rather have lendale white line up at qb than waste a pick like that.
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