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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, Sep 14, 2006.
It's easy to judge it now... Much easier to judge three years later.
Chris Gamble was deemed a project too, and he is pretty good. Matt Jones has made the transition too.
I don't really care where they place anyone on the depth chart. Woolfolk looked better in the last preseason game than Hill and everyone saw it. I'm not going to write someone off until they PLAY. I think Hill is one of Fisher's boys, like our guards and Sirmon. They won't sit even if they are outplayed. Couldn't hurt. Argument: Woolfolk is still the most experienced CB back there, regardless of injury. Unlike Hill, he can tackle. And he gets a pick every now and again, too. Having said that, I've been wondering since the offseason if we would try him at safety.
Schwartz clearly tells his DBs, "NO NO NO -- You're playing him to close. Ease on back a little." :grrhee:
Fisher must have read my signature this week and gotten pissed. I'm probably wrong, but it's striking me as though he's not going to do anything that makes sense this year.
So, that's why everyone hates Kerry Collins. And, why so many others have turned on Fish.
Really? 4 stars? Is that out of 5? :ha:
Maximus has the idea.
When i play madden i always try to draft 4 quality corners because my third best guy will be my FS and my FS will be playing the strong side. Always have to have the best cover people and the most speed.
Regarding woolfolk i see him as an investment and it would be nice to get some return on that investment. Why didn't they work him there just for experiemental reasons? A couple of weeks in camp they had to know he wasn't going to start so why not ask him to learn the FS assignments off the playbook and start using him there in 5 on 5 drills.
because we signed hope, and lamont is so damn good, and the back ups are awesome. he wouldn't fit anywhere.
*note this is sarcasm.