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1 minute ago, big2033 said:

 

That's what you say but talent at the position matters ... period. The Super Bowl Chiefs just spent a first round pick on one. So it's not just throws some UFAs out there and run at brick walls then use PA.


Obviously talent is a factor here in getting big chunks from the run game and causing defenses to bite more effectively.

A 3 down back...

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Just now, big2033 said:

That's what you say but talent at the position matters ... period. The Super Bowl Chiefs just spent a first round pick on one. So it's not just throws some UFAs out there and run at brick walls then use PA.

 

There is a ton of talent at the RB position though. You don't have to throw out an UFA out there. They're not hard to find

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Just now, OILERMAN said:

 

There is a ton of talent at the RB position though. You don't have to throw out an UFA out there. They're not hard to find

 

Apparently hard enough where Super Bowl winners are still spending high draft picks on them. There's something we're missing here or something they're completely blind to.

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3 minutes ago, japan said:

A 3 down back...

 

OK ... would you rather we have spent a 1st-round pick on a 3-down back instead and take the risk of him working out and not being a flop? 

 

After making the AFC Championship with Henry carrying us in the playoffs? 

 

You have to be logical here.

 

The Chiefs can take these chances because they have the luxuries we do not have at this time.

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2 minutes ago, big2033 said:

 

Apparently hard enough where Super Bowl winners are still spending high draft picks on them. There's something we're missing here or something they're completely blind to.

 

I have no problem with drafting a RB in the 1st round, as long as he's a complete 3 down RB. 

 

There offense was fine with the platoon of RBs though

 

 

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1 minute ago, big2033 said:

 

OK ... would you rather we have spent a 1st-round pick on a 3-down back instead and take the risk of him working out and not being a flop? 

 

After making the AFC Championship with Henry carrying us in the playoffs? 

 

You have to be logical here.

 

The Chiefs can take these chances because they have the luxuries we do not have at this time.

Lot of carries on Henry.  We could be seeing the slowdown now. I hope not. Just saying it’s ludicrous to say that it was more important to sign Henry than Tannehill. 

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 I remember a time when we wanted to be a "modern" passing team so we drafted Biship Sankey in the second round and tried to be more pass first ... how'd that work out?

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Just now, japan said:

Lot of carries on Henry.  We could be seeing the slowdown now. I hope not. Just saying it’s ludicrous to say that it was more important to sign Henry than Tannehill. 

 

Fair enough.

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Just now, big2033 said:

 I remember a time when we wanted to be a "modern" passing team so we drafted Biship Sankey in the second round and tried to be more pass first ... how'd that work out?

We had a retard making the picks. 

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Just now, OILERMAN said:

 

I have no problem with drafting a RB in the 1st round, as long as he's a complete 3 down RB. 

 

There offense was fine with the platoon of RBs though

 

 

 

If Tannehill is great. Henry will become expendable and we'll be able to do that. Henry is still here because Tannehill is not completely trusted to be the "Franchise." 

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1 minute ago, japan said:

We had a retard making the picks. 

 

Lol regardless. We have a great GM making picks and our 1st-rounder is doing dumb shit. You never know. 

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4 minutes ago, big2033 said:

 

OK ... would you rather we have spent a 1st-round pick on a 3-down back instead and take the risk of him working out and not being a flop? 

 

After making the AFC Championship with him carrying us in the playoffs? 

 

You have to be logical here.

 

The Chiefs can take these chances because they have the luxuries we do not have at this time.

Henry was tagged going into the draft.  Even if we took a 1st round RB, he would likely still be here under the tag.

 

The real question is:  would the Titans be a better team, short term and long term, if they had take a RB in the 1st and a developmental OT in the 3rd?

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Just now, ctm said:

Henry was tagged going into the draft.  Even if we took a 1st round RB, he would likely still be here under the tag.

 

The real question is:  would the Titans be a better team, short term and long term, if they had take a RB in the 1st and a developmental OT in the 3rd?

I think the Titans played it right

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1 minute ago, OILERMAN said:

 

This is ridiculous 

 

He isn't. If you think we trusted him to carry this franchise I disagree. He'd have been paid even more than he got.


Tannehill got a lot of money in a QB market where solid gets paid.

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