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Young and Leinart off the board- what do we do?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Riverman, Feb 28, 2006.

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  1. PragIdealist Guest

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    Not that I really disagree- but then how do you see us getting our next franchise qb? I really hope not to draft this high for awhile...
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    Omar Jacobs in round 2.
  2. GLinks Titans on the Rise

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    Yeah. Jacobs in round two. Billy becomes the starter.
  3. maximus Camp Fodder

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    Only for a year or until Jacobs shows he can be a starter in the NFL.
  4. ammotroop Airforce MAN

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    Take BUSH!!!!!!!
  5. VolnTitan Starter

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    There is no such thing as guaranteed franchise player in the draft.
  6. No1TitansFan Guest

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    The scene at the podium draft day: Tagliabue: "On the clock now with the third pick are the Tennessee ...", before he gets the word Titans out of his mouth FR shoves him out of the way and screams "Reggie, Reggie!"
  7. maximus Camp Fodder

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    If Reggie is there when we pick, we will most likely trade and we can get a spanker of a deal for Reggie.
    Or is CB a FA now?
  8. nigel Back on the bus

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    If Reggie Bush is on the board at 3 and the Titans dont take him, there would be a riot at the draft party at the coliseum. And Norm Chow would quit on the spot. I can understand passing on Mike Williams, but passing on Reggie Bush would be monumentally stupid.

    Of course, this whole conversation is monumentally stupid, because Bush will be the first pick in the draft regardless.
  9. Riverman Dread the red

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    Taking Bush over other picks is a no brainer. The real question is:

    Take Bush or trade the pick?

    I don't think the answer is that easy, especially depending on who we would trade with. If we trade with a top 10 pick team + next year's 1st or other good picks this year, it would be in the titans best interest to trade it. We have alot of holes to fill. We could possibly get Hawk, Ferguson, Chad Jackson, DeAngelo Williams, LenDale White, etc.

    What price would it take for you to trade the pick?
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