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  1. If I could trade Ballard straight up for Robinson, I would, and I would throw in a 2nd round draft choice. But I can't. So, let me say that I am content in getting a solid slot receiver, a significant upgrade on the OL, resigning Vacarro, Fluellen and Pamphile. The Wake signing is interesting if nothing else. Lastly, I have to say that while every thread mistakenly turns into a Mary thread, in truth, it is the decision that defines the franchise. The Colts got it right on both Manning and Luck. It's been a long time since we were assured that we have it right at the position. The Colts rebuilt their offensive line last year to great impact. If Saffold is the glue that allows Conklin and Jones to be better, then maybe we are in position to fight the good fight.
  2. FWIW, both Saffold and Humphries signings are fundamentally 2-year deals with low dead money buyouts at the end of the first two years. IMHO, Robinson hasn't been particularly good, but he is aggressive, and he is quick to correct his mistakes. That's something. Titans have a lot to like on the defensive side of the ball. Nice blend of young talent and veterans. I may overvalue Landry, Brown, Evans and Finch, but I like their potential anchored by Woodyard. If Conklin bounces back this season, the offensive line should be very good. I want the skill position players (all of em including the one that can't be mentioned in every thread) to be as good as hoped. Unpopular as it may be, I tend to agree with Oman on the Robinson warming seat. I think Amy Adams is wholly committed to him. That said, his drafts and his free agent decisions have been wildly inconsistent. Time defines.
  3. Not inexpensive, and probably not great news for Jack Conklin in 2020, but a needed upgrade. The draft can focus almost exclusively on defense ... unless they want to take a second bite of the apple in the TE of the future sweepstakes (Jonnu may have been a booboo - though his play before injury was markedly improved).
  4. 29 years old. A $50 million man just a year or two ago. Green Bay found other options. Might he be ours?
  5. This is the right year to be drafting DL with pass rush skills. Ed Oliver would be a game changer. Spend the money on Saffold. Draft a DE who can get after the QB. I'd sell the house to get up for EO.
  6. This would be my favorite signing. Hope they get it done.
  7. You can't love the hire. There is no known track record. We have not seen him call plays. We have no idea what his offensive philosophy will be. You can't hate the hire. There is no known track record. We have not seen him call plays. We have no idea what his offensive philosophy will be. You can call it a continuity hire. He has been a staff survivor throughout the turmoil. You can't call it a continuity hire. We have no idea which offensive system he plans to install. You can say it is a comfortable hire for Marcus. He knows Marcus better than any coach in the league. While people on the site have their pitchforks out to replace the current QB, this hire gives Marcus the best chance he has next season to succeed. And it is to the franchise's best interest for him to find success. Regardless, this was the right decision to make given the turmoil in system changes in the past five years. Hope this is indeed the magic bullet.
  8. copycat league is exactly right. Cardinals trying to get outside of the box. The Air Raid offense doesn't need the same personnel that other teams are shopping for. Defenses in the NFL haven't seen what Tech does. I can see their logic. That said, I think the experiment fails. KK is a good dude. But he has never proven able to build a defense, and the offense and its fast tempo just puts to much strain on the other side of the ball. Somehow I see this as a less talented, far more likable Chip Kelly. Now prove me wrong KK.
  9. All the right spots covered again. Titans really need to upgrade on both lines as Carpy has indicated. Need much more quickness up front. I like Taylor more than most. High octane guy would be helpful at wide out. Lastly, please, no more Adoree returning punts. Whomever we draft to play WR need have some special team skills, particularly on the punt return unit.
  10. He's a damn Aussie and don't let him into your fantasy baseball league. 100 on all your points. Completely agree.
  11. Still here Titans279. Been a fan for 50+ years. You not liking our QB isn't going to change my fandom.
  12. Not much of an adjustment can be made if Blaine's man marbles don't hang down a little bit and he actually throws an effective pass to wide open receivers. Amazingly, it hasn't even been rush pressure that has him playing scared. I think its just habit.
  13. Oh, and how can we still be sending Adoree back to field punts? Missing out on the Pharaoh Cooper waiver move continues to haunt (not that there was anything we could have done about that).
  14. for the love of God, find a vile of testosterone, rub it on Marcus' elbow, suit him up and play him for the remainder of the game. We have been gifted a competitive score. Gabbert is killing the offense (wide open receivers that he can't get the ball to). Time for Marcus to become a Tennessee legend. Ok, I'll go back to sleep now.
  15. He was 7 for 10 for 103 yards at the time. Interesting definition of shitty.(other than that he was running for his life)
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