Woolfolk Reloaded Version 2.0

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SEC 330 BIPOLAR, Feb 10, 2006.

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  1. Woolfolk is a bust and the 2006 season will only prove that further.

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  2. Woolfolk has had a rough time of it but I expect him to play at a high level in the 2006 season.

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  1. Brian

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    He couldn't be any worse. Safety is usually where Corners who can't cover end up. I'm sure its been discussed. There aren't many options at this point.

    Would making him a Special Teams captain be considered a promotion? Probably by some.
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  2. FightinTitan

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    Woofolk is only going to be nickle/dime depth for the Titans or some other teams. I just have not seeen the natural instincts or physical toughness needed by a corner or safety. He is a great athlete, but he he has not shown that he is a defensive player.
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  3. MsTitan

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    Who on our defense has shown this physical toughness? The toughess player is probably PacMan and a lot of fans hate him!
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  4. GoT

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    I actually have not met anyone at the games who "hated" him, pretty much consessius that he was a dissappointment and hope for improvement, but nobody I met said they "hated" him.

    And I agree the toughest part of the Titan D is writing in mirrored hiroglyphics.
    I've borken up preteen girly pillow fights with more intent to destroy than the Titan D.
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  5. Soxcat

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    Woolfolk looks like a guy who was a WR in college and got moved to CB. I'm not sure he does much more at safety but his chances are better there than CB.
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  6. wg53

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    That's because he was a WR converted to CB in college.
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  7. MsTitan

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    To piggyback off your statement....the same can be said for almost the entire defense. Even the players who use to be good (Tank Williams) aren't anymore. They have all have been disappointing. Is it Floyd? I don't think so, unless he developed a rapidly progressive case of Alzheimer's.
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  8. Soxcat

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    Really? I didn't know that :ha:
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  9. Jwill1919

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    I blame Schwartz:hmm:
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  10. Ok, in a later post, you said you really don't know so here is a URL for you:

    http://nationalchamps.net/NCAA/2002Preseason/oklahoma.htm

    2002 DEFENSE
    INFORMATION PROVIDED BY:
    University of Oklahoma Sports Information Department

    STRENGTHS: At one time last season, three Sooners were on the Jim Thorpe Award Watch List. Williams eventually won the honor, but it was ironic that some of his stiffest early season competition came from within the Sooner locker room. Williams, who bypassed his senior season to enter the NFL Draft, is the only one of three not back for this season. All three players who drew starting assignments at cornerback last season return in 2002. Derrick Strait has developed into one of the country's top cover men. Just a junior, he already has played in 26 games. One of the best-known two-way players is Andre Woolfolk, who split time at corner and receiver .....

    Of course the Roy Williams they are discussing is the Dallas Cowboy, horse collar specialist
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