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On 9/15/2020 at 12:29 PM, bondra316v2 said:

 

Did you see Rivers play last year?  His velocity was down and he was an INT machine.  23 TDs to 20 INT's.  He threw 2 on Sunday. 

Dude, I'm sure you'll agree, he's a noodle arm.  I expect him to be an INT MACHINE this season.  Called it last year, doubled down when he went to the Clots.

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8 hours ago, Callidus said:

Well  atlest we are working out real people this time it sounds like.

Ooh, I absolutely loved Gary Jennings coming out of west virginia. I hope his workout is good enough that we sign him. Kid gets vertical in a hurry.

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I am a huge Jags fan but I am also realistic. Would love to see the Jags win and yes there is the whole "any given Sunday", but looking at all the position battles, it is difficult to see where the Jags have a great shot. If Minshew gets time, he may be able to have some success against your CB's but also throwing away from Byard. That's why we watch. Titans have a very good squad. Here's to no injuries and a good game on Sunday. 

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17 hours ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

 


Some interesting names here. Jennings was an interesting player out of West Virginia taken by Seattle last year but then since has been cut by Seattle and Miami, who exactly have the strongest WR corps.

 

Rogers and Johnson are former Colts. Rogers has probably the best resume of anyone on this list as he played somewhat significantly every year for the Colts. In 2018 he had 53 catches for 485 yards and 2 TD. Johnson went for 22-277-2 last year on the Colts. So these two have the most experience.

 

Damion Willis is interesting because he made the Bengals last years and did make a couple of catches, but this year he was unable to make the deal due to the depth and their WR finally staying healthy. So there may be some talent there.

 

Sloter is interesting because he is QB and has often impressed in Pre-Season but has failed to really be anything beyond a #3 QB or PS guy. Maybe they want a guy who is more athletic to be their scout QB with Jackson and Allen coming up.

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9 minutes ago, titanskick8851 said:

Maybe they want a guy who is more athletic to be their scout QB with Jackson and Allen coming up.

 

Bring McDonald back, he would be the perfect scout QB to replicate Allen. Mobile QB who can't hit his targets.

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1 hour ago, titanskick8851 said:


Some interesting names here. Jennings was an interesting player out of West Virginia taken by Seattle last year but then since has been cut by Seattle and Miami, who exactly have the strongest WR corps.

 

Rogers and Johnson are former Colts. Rogers has probably the best resume of anyone on this list as he played somewhat significantly every year for the Colts. In 2018 he had 53 catches for 485 yards and 2 TD. Johnson went for 22-277-2 last year on the Colts. So these two have the most experience.

 

Damion Willis is interesting because he made the Bengals last years and did make a couple of catches, but this year he was unable to make the deal due to the depth and their WR finally staying healthy. So there may be some talent there.

 

Sloter is interesting because he is QB and has often impressed in Pre-Season but has failed to really be anything beyond a #3 QB or PS guy. Maybe they want a guy who is more athletic to be their scout QB with Jackson and Allen coming up.


Sloter was just there to throw to the receivers they worked out. 

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