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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by GeronimoJackson, Jul 2, 2013.
I can't see putting any kicker or punter on that top 10 list.
That's fine but you contradict yourself when you say Eddie was the entire offense by the simple fact that you had 4 offensive players who played with Eddie in your top 10 list and that doesn't even include Mason.
Mcnair-Wycheck-Mason-Hopkins-Matthews says he was not alone. We also had Benji Olsen and for part of that time Jon Runyan and perhaps the leagues best blocking fullback in Lorenzo Neal. One poster put O'Donnel on his list and and he played with Eddie.
The idea that Eddie was running alone with no blocking against 11 man fronts is greatly exaggerated.
McNair's and Mason's best years came after Eddie started declining.
holy ****, you make a big deal about literally half a yard.
take a look at the defenses Eddie played at. The only one comparable is Bettis.
I am not getting into a stat war with you, because you are going to bend them to your advantage just like you always do. You basically got laughed out of Taboo and one can only hope it happens here.
WHOA hold on now, that goes against his 'stats'
Bishop - McNair - George - Wycheck - Roos - Kearse
Stewart - Olsen - Rolle (cause he did zip as a ****bird)
guys I would like to put on there but they were not true Titans
Neal/MM cause they was only here a few seasons (I know Im selling MM short but man nobody comes back from an injury like that)
BS was only a Titan cause he was 'the Divas' buttbuddy
I'll bite. How exactly is Keith Bulluck not a real Titan?
He's a whiny B$%$#. Just Like Jevon Kearse. Kearse is a lot worse though.
He couldn't go out with dignity, he had to throw a fit to the media about how he was neglected. He was done, and he pouted about it like a 3 year old. He played with class, and went out like a chump. He proved himself wrong when he was a complete flop once he went home to New York.
On the other hand, you have Eddie, who was DONE.. and he wanted to continue to play, but did not throw a fit. He seemed to handle it like someone with a good head on his shoulders. It is a business, and any team that gives a pity contract is a stupid organization. They don't owe anyone anything.
I would hope most companies would cut someone loose once they become ineffective at their job. Especially at a high salary position.
I hate it that so many (almost all) good Titans go out and burn the bridges. McNair, Kearse, Bulluck, Mason..
Wycheck was one of the only ones that didn't.