woolfolk has really fallen out of favor

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, Sep 14, 2006.

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  1. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    do us all a favor and hate vince.
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  2. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    I'm going out on a limb with this but:

    Woolfolk's first year wasn't that bad til he got injured- he came back and has played off receivers too much- still can tackle- but doesn't make plays.

    Thompson's first year looked awesome- really brought it and had a couple of picks. Looked out of place and/or unable to make plays since.

    Pac's first year looked good in coverage- too many penalties. Sunday he played off to much.

    Fuller looked awesome last year- so far, not as impressive.

    Hill showed great promise last year- tight coverage, made plays early. Started getting schooled at the end of the year and Sunday looked terrible.

    Finnegan looks awesome this year- will it be the same story?


    It's probably obvious where I'm going with this- I have come to believe that Schwartz's "schemes" dummy down the aggressiveness/instinctiveness of play-makers. I firmly believe HE is the demise of our defense. Other DC's do more with less than we've got this year and I haven't noticed the trend downward in other teams personnel ability to make plays like ours.

    Just a thought.
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  3. titan23

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    he was an excellent reciever at oklahoma, only played corner last season and a half. he was a project coming in and floyd knew it.
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  4. maximus

    maximus Camp Fodder

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    For what its worth, I put Woolfolk at FS in NFL Head coach, and he gets on average a pick or two a game
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  5. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler

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    it's become quite obvious that Woolfolk is a square peg and the CB position is a round hole. I cannot believe that the coaching staff has insistently tried to force-feed a player into a role for which he was not cast.

    hell yeah,... If Andre is getting beat out by 2 rookies and is currently 5th on our Corner depth chart then by all means - FIND A SPOT FOR HIM
    whether that be Safety or WR or waterboy
    and if he doesn't fit there - cut bait
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  6. Brian

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    Forget the defense. If he wants to stay in the league he should focus 100% of his attention on being a dominant special teams player. It's his only chance IMO.
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  7. Blazing Arrow

    Blazing Arrow The 12th man

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    Every season Woolf is a stud on Madden. He develops well and gets allot of pics as a starting CB or as a nickle back. To bad this is not madden.
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  8. Brian

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    It's worth ****.
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  9. Jwill1919

    Jwill1919 Coach

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    Maybe some people are beginning to see the light. There is not a team in the NFL that has failed to develop it's players as badly as the Titans. If Brian Williams can start in the league at safety, anyone can, it's coaching.
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  10. well i dont see how a project that big is worth a ruond 1 pick, thats just stupid
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