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PostPosted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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titans0021 wrote:
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Does anyone have an issue with Armonty Bryant?
Doesn't sound like it. Laughing


Who are you thinking?
Oh, Bryant. I meant it doesn't sound like anyone has an issue with him. Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
Does anyone have an issue with Armonty Bryant?
Doesn't sound like it. Laughing


Who are you thinking?
Oh, Bryant. I meant it doesn't sound like anyone has an issue with him. Laughing


I mean I have some issues but there arent many other options...his arrest for selling pot is concerning
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Iceman88 wrote:
titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
Does anyone have an issue with Armonty Bryant?
Doesn't sound like it. Laughing


Who are you thinking?
Oh, Bryant. I meant it doesn't sound like anyone has an issue with him. Laughing


I mean I have some issues but there arent many other options...his arrest for selling pot is concerning
It is, but it's the 7th round. I feel like it's not a bad time to take a shot.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
titans0021 wrote:
Iceman88 wrote:
Does anyone have an issue with Armonty Bryant?
Doesn't sound like it. Laughing


Who are you thinking?
Oh, Bryant. I meant it doesn't sound like anyone has an issue with him. Laughing


I mean I have some issues but there arent many other options...his arrest for selling pot is concerning
It is, but it's the 7th round. I feel like it's not a bad time to take a shot.


Well go for it we missed our pick
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 1:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just to make sure we're all clear where we stand with one pick left:

1. (#10) - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
2. (#40) - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky
3. (#70) - Quinton Patton, WR, LaTech
3. (#79) - Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
3. (#97) - Sean Porter, LB, Texas A&M
6. (#202) - Matt Summers-Gavin, OL, California
7. (#216) - Armonty Bryant, East Central (Oklahoma)
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

titans0021 wrote:
Just to make sure we're all clear where we stand with one pick left:

1. (#10) - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
2. (#40) - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky
3. (#70) - Quinton Patton, WR, LaTech
3. (#79) - Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
3. (#97) - Sean Porter, LB, Texas A&M
6. (#202) - Matt Summers-Gavin, OL, California
7. (#216) - Armonty Bryant, East Central (Oklahoma)


Looks good we can go BPA with this last pick
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just going to throw some names out there:
TE Phillip Lutzenkirchen
RB Dennis Johnson
TE Matt Furstenburg
CB Dax Swanson
WR Brandon Kaufman
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My board:
1. Jake Knott, LB
2. Dennis Johnson, RB
3. Matt Furstenburg, TE
4. Brandon Kaufman, WR
5. Phillip Lutzenkirchen, TE
6. CB Dax Swanson, CB
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With the 248th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select Dennis Johnson, RB, Arkansas.



Hope everyone is alright with the pick.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2013 5:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If we are going after any UDFA we better start thinking about some since it is not a bidding system it is a first come first serve basis.
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Iceman88 wrote:
If we are going after any UDFA we better start thinking about some since it is not a bidding system it is a first come first serve basis.
Probably going to target:
Matt Furstenburg, TE
Brandon Kaufman, WR
Phillip Lutzenkirchen, TE
CB Dax Swanson, CB

Anybody else you want me to look at?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2013 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Furstenburg was going to be my one suggestion.
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Here are some names I would be interested in, no particular order.....

Brandon Kaufman, WR- Big but slow WR, would be a great project as a red zone threat
Phillip Lutzenkirchen, TE- Best TE left, can also play a little FB so we could get rid of Johnson, very productive throughout his years at Auburn
Bradley McDougald, S- Big project that could be a very good player, only played a year or so at safety
Marc Anthony, CB- Not too familiar with him but NFL.com has him ranked pretty high
Adrian Bushell, CB- Good player a little small could be a decent slot corner.
Devonte Christopher, WR- Former QB that has good ability as a WR, and decent size. Could be a good project especially if Britt walks.
Uzoma Nwachukwu, WR- I love his potential he has good size and speed and got underutilized at TAMU. A decent project as a deep threat.
Dan Buckner, WR- Red zone weapon with great size, some off the field issues and doesnt have great speed but as a red zone threat he might be worth the shot
Kyle Padron, QB- A highly touted prospect when he was at SMU, never fully became all his ability suggests he can be. Would be a decent camp arm
Jordan Rodgers, QB- decent project player with ability and IQ to at least be a very good backup
Damion Square, DL- Solid player, does not posses the elite talent that other Alabama defenseman showed but he was consistent
Bruce Taylor, LB- Good LB prospect that showed a lot of talent early on in his career but tailed off a little bit
Jake Knott, LB- Not very familiar with him but he is one of the highest ranked players remaining
Manase Foketi, OL- Big time project that could become a great pick, good size has the ability to play OT with time
Graham Pocic, C- huge (6'7") center prospect with the ability to succeed in a ZBS scheme
LaAdrian Waddle, OT- Another big offensive lineman prospect.
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I am going to highlight some of the players taken and such...Blue is Titans signed them, Red is someone else signed them

Iceman88 wrote:
Here are some names I would be interested in, no particular order.....

Brandon Kaufman, WR
- Big but slow WR, would be a great project as a red zone threat
Phillip Lutzenkirchen, TE- Best TE left, can also play a little FB so we could get rid of Johnson, very productive throughout his years at Auburn
Bradley McDougald, S- Big project that could be a very good player, only played a year or so at safety
Marc Anthony, CB- Not too familiar with him but NFL.com has him ranked pretty high RAMS
Adrian Bushell, CB- Good player a little small could be a decent slot corner. RAIDERS
Devonte Christopher, WR- Former QB that has good ability as a WR, and decent size. Could be a good project especially if Britt walks.
Uzoma Nwachukwu, WR- I love his potential he has good size and speed and got underutilized at TAMU. A decent project as a deep threat.
Dan Buckner, WR- Red zone weapon with great size, some off the field issues and doesnt have great speed but as a red zone threat he might be worth the shot
Kyle Padron, QB- A highly touted prospect when he was at SMU, never fully became all his ability suggests he can be. Would be a decent camp arm
Jordan Rodgers, QB- decent project player with ability and IQ to at least be a very good backup
Damion Square, DL- Solid player, does not posses the elite talent that other Alabama defenseman showed but he was consistent
Bruce Taylor, LB- Good LB prospect that showed a lot of talent early on in his career but tailed off a little bit TEXANS
Manase Foketi, OL- Big time project that could become a great pick, good size has the ability to play OT with time RAIDERS
Graham Pocic, C- huge (6'7") center prospect with the ability to succeed in a ZBS scheme
LaAdrian Waddle, OT- Another big offensive lineman prospect.
Matt Furstenburg, TE- Fast TE with great hands
Patrick Omameh, OG- Big guard with potential, needs to work on his pad level but could be a starter one day
Dax Swanson, CB LIONS
Ray Graham, RB PANTHERS
Eric Martin, DE BRONCOS
Miguel Maysonet, RB PACKERS
William Campbell, DT LIONS
Ray Polk, S CHIEFS
Jasper Collins, WR RAIDERS
Robert McCabe, ILB COLTS
Omoregie Uzzi, G EAGLES
Brendan Bishop, S VIKINGS
Collin Klein, QB STEELERS
Wes Horton, DE JETS
Ray Ray Armstrong, S JAGUARS
Zach Line, FB BILLS
Kemal Ishmael, S PACKERS
Marcus Cromartie, CB PANTHERS
Jahleel Addae, S LIONS
Jonathan Stewart, ILB CHIEFS
Alec Lemon, WR BRONCOS
Michael Clay, LB EAGLES
Jeff Baca, OG RAMS
Ontario McCalebb, RB STEELERS
Justice Cunningham, TE RAVENS
Brandon Magee, OLB BILLS
Joe Vellano, DE JAGUARS
Jayson Dimanche, OLB BENGALS
Tanner Hawkinson, OT
FALCONS
Lucas Reed, TE CHEIFS
Brett Maher, K PANTHERS
Michael Zordich, FB JETS
Roger Gaines, OT BRONCOS
Rashard Hall, S EAGLES
Meshak Williams, OLB STEELERS
Quinton Dial, DT RAMS
Blaize Foltz, OG BILLS
T.J. Moe, WR JAGUARS
Brandon Thurmond, DE LIONS
Eric Herman, OG PANTHERS
Melvin White, DB BRONCOS
Troy Stoudermire, CB CHARGERS
Etienne Sabino, LB RAIDERS
Rod Sweeting, CB FALCONS
Sam Barrington, ILB STEELERS
Alex Hurst, OT RAMS
Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE/DT BILLS
Quinn Sharp, K/P GIANTS
Sam Schwartzstein, C JAGUARS
Spencer Ware, RB
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well here's the recap of FFMDII that I posted in the "Final Product" thread:

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Draft
Round 1 (#10) - Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
Round 2 (#40) - Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky
Round 3 (#70) - Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
Round 3 (#79) - Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
Round 3 (#97) - Sean Porter, LB, Texas A&M
Round 6 (#202) - Matt Summers-Gavin, OL, California
Round 7 (#216) - Armonty Bryant, East Central (Oklahoma)
Round 7 (#248) - Dennis Johnson, RB, Arkansas

Undrafted Free Agents
Matt Furstenburg, TE, Maryland
Brandon Kaufman, WR, Eastern Washington
Bradley McDougald, S, Kansas
Uzoma Nwachukwu, WR, Texas A&M
Patrick Omameh, OG, Michigan

Trades
Titans trade 4th round, 5th round and 2014 3rd round pick to the Steelers for pick #79

Explanation For Our Moves During FFMDII
Heading into this offseason, the Tennessee Titans organization made it clear that this was going to be a make-or-break season for the coaching staff, front office and entire roster.

After signing Andy Levitre, Sammie Lee Hill, Delanie Walker, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shonn Greene and a number of other depth pieces, the Titans entered the draft hoping to land players that had the ability to make an impact early on while also having the potential to be top 10 players at their respective positions.

With our first round pick, we believe we found a defensive tackle that can truly be one of the anchors of our defense for the next decade. Our staff had Star Lotulelei as one of the top three players in this draft class and were both shocked and thrilled to see him fall into our laps with the tenth pick in the draft. Star will join one of the youngest and deepest defensive tackle rotations in the league, and will likely be expected to start from Day 1.

Unquestionably our biggest need came at the right guard spot. After filling one of the guard positions in free agency with Levitre, we felt like we were able to wait until the second round to add the other starter. Thankfully, Larry Warford fell to pick #40, enabling us to add what we clearly believe is the third best guard in this draft class and someone that can immediately start, and possibly thrive, next to long-time right tackle David Stewart.

The third round was arguably the most important for us, as we entered the draft with two picks in the round and added another selection via our trade with the Steelers. With our first pick, we once again opted to take the best player on our board in Quinton Patton. While Patton will likely be a third or fourth receiver in his first year in the system, the Titans plan to take advantage of an improved offensive line and Jake Locker's mobility, spreading the offense out and giving every receiver a fair amount of opportunities to make plays.

With little depth behind starters Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner, we couldn't sit back and watch as all of the top cornerbacks came off the board in the third round, so we had to make the tough call to sacrifice a future 3rd round pick in order to select Logan Ryan, who we feel has the perfect skillset to play near the line of scrimmage and man the nickel spot almost directly out of training camp.

With our third round compensatory pick, we opted to add some much needed depth to the linebacker spot. Though we love our starting three, Colin McCarthy has shown that it is tough to rely on him to stay healthy for 16 games, and we believe Porter has the versatility to man any of the linebacker spots and mixes well with the amount of talent that we already have at the position.

The remainder of our draft was spent on physically gifted players that may need a couple years to develop. While we feel that Matt Summers-Gavin may have the ability to be our third or fourth option at guard early on, Armonty Bryant and Dennis Johnson were late-round fliers that have the potential to be valuable members of our rosters down the road.

Overall, this draft class fit perfectly with what the Titans front office has intended to do this offseason. Though we understand that the road to the playoffs will be difficult, we feel like the free agency additions, combined with picks that can made an immediate impact (Star, Warford, Patton, Ryan) have allowed us to field a significantly more talented football team than the one that went 6-10 in 2012.

Depth Chart
QB - Jake Locker, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Rusty Smith
RB - Chris Johnson, Shonn Greene, Dennis Johnson, Darius Reynaud, Jamie Harper
FB - Quinn Johnson
WR1 - Kenny Britt, Nate Washington, Kevin Walter, Lavelle Hawkins, Michael Preston, Uzoma Nwachukwu
WR2 - Kendall Wright, Quinton Patton, Damian Williams, Marc Mariani, Brandon Kaufman, Diondre Borel
TE - Delanie Walker, Craig Stevens, Taylor Thompson, Matt Furstenburg
LT - Michael Roos, Byron Stingily
LG - Andy Levitre, Matt Summers-Gavin, Chris Spencer
C - Fernando Velasco, Chris Spencer
RG - Larry Warford, Rob Turner, Patrick Omameh, Kasey Studdard
RT - David Stewart, Matt Summers-Gavin, Mike Otto

DE - Derrick Morgan, Ropati Pitoitua, Armonty Bryant
DT - Jurrell Casey, Sammie Lee Hill, Da'John Harris
DT - Star Lotulelei, Mike Martin, Karl Klug, Zach Clayton
DE - Kamerion Wimbley, Scott Solomon
WLB - Zach Brown, Sean Porter, Patrick Bailey
MLB - Colin McCarthy, Sean Porter, Moise Fokou
SLB - Akeem Ayers, Tim Shaw
CB - Jason McCourty, Logan Ryan, Coty Sensabaugh
FS - Michael Griffin, Markelle Martin, Bradley McDougald, Robert Johnson
SS - Bernard Pollard, George Wilson, Al Afalava
CB - Alterraun Verner, Tommie Campbell

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