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

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  1. TitansCollector

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    I think that is probably a fair assesment, even though alot of teams think that way, and the only difference between pick 30 and pick 33 is that the second round has started.
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  2. RollTide

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    Tax collecter the point was that precious few are worth a damn. And guys who played 2 snaps at QB don't count.

    We are talking about a first rd pick and you come up with a list that includes brad smith? WTF is that? Some paul williams caliber guy?

    Isiah Stanback is supposed to convince me of something? What?
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  3. RollTide

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    I looked it up and boldin did not throw one pass at florida state. I looked at the team stats from 2000-2002.

    I doubt if a single jags fan considers matt jones a good investment.

    What about the dozens of athletic college QB who were unable to contribute at all as a RB or WR in the nfl? For every randall el there about 50 guys who do nothing.

    Oh add WOODROW DANTZLER to your list of former QBs. He was a RB for a couple of years and had 21 career rushing yards. Don't want to leave him out.
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  4. Puck

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    1st of all .... NO MORE PROJECTS !!!
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  5. TitansCollector

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    Your research sucks then. It's not much, but more than "not a single pass".

    2002 Florida State Seminole Passing Stats
    NAME G ATT COM PCT YDS YDS/ATT YDS/G INT TD
    1. Chris Rix 11 225 118 52.4 1684 7.5 153.1 7 13
    2. Adrian Mcpherson 8 155 80 51.6 1017 6.6 127.1 1 12
    3. Fabian Walker 3 20 12 60.0 143 7.2 47.7 2 1
    4. Anquan Boldin 14 16 7 43.8 111 6.9 7.9 0 1
    5. Nick Maddox 12 1 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0
    Totals 14 417 217 52.0 2955 7.1 211.1 10 27

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/college/stats/team/2002/floridast.html

    Please, next time make sure you do your reaserch before you make any more moronic statements. Especially when the information is so easily avalable.
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  6. TitansCollector

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    BTW, I dont ever remember stating that those in that list are worth a first round pick, that "list" was a response to player who have been sucessfull playing a different position or have played multiple positions in college. But heck, most of those player did have productive years in the NFL, would you like a list of 1st round washouts over the last several years? Realistically all first round picks are a gamble. Very few probably only 15-20% ever pan out or live up to the expectation placed on them. So lets see if we say 20% work out or even bump it up to %40 that means between 6 - 12 of the top 32 picks make it. Sounds like a gamble no matter what direction you go, and I think saying %40 live up to expectation is really inflated.
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  7. onetontitan

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    I've actually read that many teams are looking at White as a WR, not so much as a QB. Makes more sense, IMO.
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  8. GLinks

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    Upon further review, quite a lot of us did. At least, we wanted the Titans to.
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