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Woolfolk versus White

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Aug 18, 2006.

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Who will shine brighter for the Denver crowd?

Poll closed Aug 20, 2006.
Woolfolk 5 vote(s) 19.2%
White 13 vote(s) 50.0%
Both will have standout games 5 vote(s) 19.2%
Neither 3 vote(s) 11.5%
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  1. Riverman Dread the red

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    Who will shine brighter for the Denver crowd- Woolfolk or White?
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  2. Bulluckfan Camp Fodder

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    Woolfolk. I think he'll build on what we saw last week and have seen this week in practices. I think he'll prove that he should be playing outside and may even gain on Hill (sorry Gunny..just predicting wildly here).
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    White.

    He'll play with a chip on his shoulder in this one. He's got a lot to prove to more than a few people.
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    Woolfolk is playing in front of who he grew up with. These are clutch/choke conditions. I hope we see something really special.
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    woolfolk's job is more on the line than White's is. IMO Woolfolk steps it up.
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    I hope they both rock

    however, regardless of what Andre does, it will be quite sometime before Andre Woolfolk and "confident" are uttered together
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    White has been injured since the Rose Bowl basically. He hasn't seen as much camp time as most of the guys. This will be his first NFL action against real opponents. He may do OK, but I have to think Woolfolk has a better chance at playing well.
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    Of all the positions on the field, RB is the one position where a rookie can be successful with nothing but raw talent, without necessarily knowing the system inside and out. No reads to make or nuances to learn...just point him in the right direction and put the ball in his hands.

    Considering the practices he's missed, I don't think they'll be asking much from Lendale early on, especially in pass protection. Until he becomes more comfortable with the system as a whole, I see Lendale's role being similar to that of Chris Brown's rookie year....if he's on the field, it's a good bet he'll be getting the ball.
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    I don't think either of them will have stand-our games (of course), but IMO, quiet games
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