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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansWillWin2, Mar 14, 2013.
TitansWillWin2 is the Matt Millen of this forum.
Disregard a CB cause he is short, brilliant.
IDC why he played, the fact of the matter is he played extremely well.
DR was signed to be our return man so that is moot point.
You find one video of him being burnt, what is your point? I could find a video of every corner in the league getting burnt at least once.
3. Adam Jones
2012 Grade: +10.52012 Snaps: 626
Summary: The best-kept secret in the NFL these days is that Adam (formerly Pac-Man) Jones has not just reformed his image but also reformed his play and quietly had an excellent season for the Bengals. The season was so quietly excellent that when it came time to argue about the end of season PFF Pro Bowl rosters, there was quite a pitched battle inside PFF offices between those that knew he had played excellently and those that simply refused to believe the numbers!
In the end he just missed out in a close battle for the last spot in the Pro Bowl roster, but the point remains that he is playing at that kind of level now. Being opposite Leon Hall can’t hurt, and there is obviously a substantial risk attached to a player with his history, but on merit alone there is a good case to be made that he should be the top name on this list.
If your team is looking for an under the radar signing who could be the best player from his position in free agency, Adam Jones could be it.
I vote T.O.
I'd like to have him. Yes...we need more corners..he's better than campbell and sensabaugh at this point in time.
Andre Woolfolk might be available ..do you want him too?
I'm a big time under dog person.
I hear that. However, there is a difference between an underdog and and under achiever. Vince Young was a star in college, very high draft pick and given every opportunity. Would not call him an underdog. An underdog is someone like Cortland Finnegan. An undersized seventh round pick from a school that has never had a player drafted into the NFL. Or a guy like Karl Klug. Someone who do not really have the physical stature to play the position he is playing but still manages to hang on in the NFL.
Either way I may be reading too much into this, but the Titans FA moves seem to show a lack of faith in Jake Locker as far as giving him the keys to the offense. Last year it seemed as if they were going to be wide open on offense whereas these moves show a commitment to the run game.