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  • If you go by opponents winning %, we have played the toughest schedule in the NFL.

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    • A Fan's Offseason Wish List:
      1. CB Antoine Winfield--Anyone who's watched a Titans game this season knows that Reynaldo Hill is not cut out to be a starter. Pacman has played very well against the pass and is strong against the run as well. The Titans need to add a legit CB across from him, and (since they'll have the money) why not add one of the best in the NFL???

      2. Fire Defensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz--Or ask him to resign. Or wait till he leaves one day after practice, change the locks to the Titans' facilities, and refuse to let him back in. It doesn't matter to me. The Titans defense has been terrible for several years now, and it's not like the defense is totally devoid of talent (i.e. KVB, Haynesworth, Bulluck, Thornton, Hope, Pacman, etc.). Eventually, you HAVE to consider that its the Titans defensive scheme and NOT its defensive players that are the problem.

      3. FS Ken Hamlin/Asante Samuel/Deon Grant--I don't think Samuel will leave NE, so that basically leaves Hamlin/Grant. Either would be upgrades over the oft-burned Lamont Thompson. Both have ties to TN (Hamlin was born in TN; Grant attended school at UT). If I had to choose, I'd probably go with Hamlin; however, I think it's more likely that we sign Grant, who's already familiar with AFC South offenses (and what better way to stick it to the rival Jags than to steal away one of their players?).

      4. Re-Sign OG/OT/C Jacob Bell--Bell is a good OL and has been one of the few constants the past couple of years. Plus, his versatility (and more importantly, his WILLINGNESS to move spots along the OL) make him incredibly valuable in the event of injury.

      5. DE Dwight Freeney/Charles Grant/Jared Allen/Justin Smith--Ultimately, I think that Grant & Allen will stay put. That leaves us either Freeney or Smith. I'd rather have Freeney, but I think it's likely that some other team ponies up a TON of money for him. Smith wouldn't be a bad consolation prize. He's good against the run & the pass, and he knows how to get after the QB. He'd provide us with a good bookend to KVB and would move LaBoy to a backup role (which he's better suited for anyway).

      6. Re-Sign DT Robaire Smith--Smith has been a surprise this season, especially in light of Haynesworth well-publicized problems (and inconsistent play in general) and Starks' failure to live up to his potential thus far. I think it's likely that the Titans keep Robaire around to pair with Haynesworth next season, cut ties with Starks, and keep Tony Brown (who's also played well this season) around as a backup.

      7. Do NOT Re-Sign WR Drew Bennett--Personally, I think Bennett's an OK WR. However, he'd likely want at least what we paid Givens last season (which was WAY too much). And Bennett (who's nothing more than a good #2 WR) isn't worth that much money. I'd much rather the Titans draft a good young WR to groom with VY.

      8. Re-Sign WR Bobby Wade--Wade has flourished in the #3 WR role and he's pretty good at KR duty as well. Plus, he seems to have earned the trust of VY in clutch situations.

      9. Do NOT Re-Sign RB Chris Brown--Will he play this season? What kind of numbers will he put up? Will his agent demand a trade? Is he injured? No one's doubting that Brown's talented. But he's a walking game-time-decision (even when he's high on the depth chart). The Titans should take the opportunity to bring the drama to an end.

      10. Get a QB not-named Kerry Collins--As good as Vince is/has been, the Titans would be in serious trouble if he got injured (which, given his style of play, isn't outside the realm of possibility). However, Collins is clearly not a reliable QB anymore (as he showed in the first few games). Preferably, try to sign a vet QB who isn't an absolute statue in the pocket--maybe Jeff Garcia or Anthony Wright.

      There you go. Maybe one or two of those things will happen...

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      • we always get dealt a harsh schedule

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        • thanks for that Mickthegreat, I always see that alot of people on various boards including this one do not have the Titans taking any FAs. I seriously think that we will make a run for Ken Hamlin/Asante Samuel and Charles Grant. I do not think we should re sign Wade though because Brandon Jones is a good WR, plus if we take a WR in this draft which 80% chance that we will, we will probably take Ted Ginn, he will give us the game changing ability on PR and KR.

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          • i like the new pick for the titans :D 8)

            Jay Cutler>Matt Leinart>>>>danman253
            XBL GT smitty js Go Vandy!!!!!!
            Chris Johnson son!!!!!!!!
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoUr82vUx60
            http://www.bangcartoon.com/2007/pacman.htm

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            • So do I.

              At our current spot at #15, Ginn and Nelson are at the top of my wish list. I'd be equally happy with either one. I have Ginn as my #2 overall WR and Nelson as the #1 safety in the draft.

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              • There's a new video up on Youtube of Vince. I suggest you all watch it.

                http://youtube.com/watch?v=BDahCWm0oVg

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                • Originally posted by Pit Bull #53
                  There's a new video up on Youtube of Vince. I suggest you all watch it.

                  http://youtube.com/watch?v=BDahCWm0oVg
                  Hoge...what a clown...

                  Code:
                  VY for Prez 2008

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                  • What's the difference between Merrill Hoge and a mosquito? Eventually the mosquito will stop sucking.

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                    • I think most of you guys would agree that our 2 biggest needs in the 2007 draft will be WR and CB. What do you guys think about our chances at having the draft go like this...

                      1st round: Tedd Ginn Jr.- WR, Ohio State
                      2nd round: Marcus McCauley-CB, Fresno State
                      3rd round: Ryan Kalil- C, USC

                      We also have a great shot at getting an impact FA this offseason since we have plenty of cap room. I hope we go for someone like Asante Samuel.

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                      • I'd rather land a safety in the draft than a corner. There's a better chance of finding an impact corner in free agency than there is a safety. Thompson is terrible, we have to find someone better.

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                        • Originally posted by Titans_Dynasty85
                          I think most of you guys would agree that our 2 biggest needs in the 2007 draft will be WR and CB. What do you guys think about our chances at having the draft go like this...

                          1st round: Tedd Ginn Jr.- WR, Ohio State
                          2nd round: Marcus McCauley-CB, Fresno State
                          3rd round: Ryan Kalil- C, USC

                          We also have a great shot at getting an impact FA this offseason since we have plenty of cap room. I hope we go for someone like Asante Samuel.
                          nice first round pick, i don't know if we will have a shot at McCauley at this time, but i hope we pick up a Nice young FA CB, Samuel would be nice, but i don't know if he is going to be leaving the pats anytime soon :( , also a pass rushing DE is a need, i also like the third round pick, we need a future Center.

                          Jay Cutler>Matt Leinart>>>>danman253
                          XBL GT smitty js Go Vandy!!!!!!
                          Chris Johnson son!!!!!!!!
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoUr82vUx60
                          http://www.bangcartoon.com/2007/pacman.htm

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                          • I think this was posted on here back in May from the Bills message board, but i could be wrong
                            Tennessee Two-Step

                            The 2006 season will represent step one of a two step process that will propel the Tennessee Titans to the basement of the NFL. Step One will involve the firing of Jeff Fisher and Norm Chow, while Step Two will see them wallowing away in frustration and controversy over new quarterback Vince Young until GM Floyd Reese is finally fired along with the next coaching staff.

                            The 2006 season figures to be no picnic for Titans fans. It will start off on the wrong foot when the Titans release or trade veteran Steve McNair, who is newcomer Vince Young's friend and mentor. This will give Vince mixed feelings about the front office.

                            Vince Young is also aware that the current coaching regime, including both Jeff Fisher and Norm Chow, wanted nothing to do with Vince Young. He has likely heard by now that Fisher and Chow lost a waged battle with general manager Floyd Reese that saw the Titans selecting Young over the coaches' choice, Matt Leinart.

                            Acrimony between Young and the front office will develop in contract negotiations as Vince demands to be paid more than the number one overall selection in the draft, Mario Williams. Prior to being drafted, the Vince Young camp, led by laughable agent Major Adams, indicated that Vince could demand to be paid more than any other draft pick regardless of draft position. Being selected number three overall (where many predicted a slide), along with a perceived weakness in the value of number one overall pick Mario Williams, and leverage deriving from Steve McNair's de

                            Jay Cutler>Matt Leinart>>>>danman253
                            XBL GT smitty js Go Vandy!!!!!!
                            Chris Johnson son!!!!!!!!
                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoUr82vUx60
                            http://www.bangcartoon.com/2007/pacman.htm

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                            • titans

                              I'd say thing are going just fine 8)

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                              • LenDale is out for the game tomorrow with his hip flexor. He's been playing through it recently, but it looked like he reaggravated it on his long run vs. the Colts. So Chris Brown will be active as the #2 RB. I'm actually kind of interested to see how he does. I'm not a fan of his game, but I respect how he's handled himself the whole times he's been inactive, he's never complained at all and by most accounts has worked hard and remained upbeat. I think he's earned a shot to see what he can do.

                                Olsen is out too. Big bad Eugene will be starting in his place :P

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