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    TROLLIFIC Vince Young 2009-10 highlights

    Explain to me how he is not an upgrade over Moore and Garrard. 31-19 as a starter, 2 pro bowls, still 28 yrs old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadHorn View Post
    Explain to me how he is not an upgrade over Moore and Garrard. 31-19 as a starter, 2 pro bowls, still 28 yrs old.
    He throws his padding into the stands more accurately then he throws the football on the field.
    "Ignorance is not an excuse" were the words Goodell used when describing why those involved in the Saints bounty scandal would not avoid punishment.
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-...ons-unanswered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spesh View Post
    He throws his padding into the stands more accurately then he throws the football on the field.
    Jeff Fisher fought against VY being starter and kept trying to replace him with Collins even after VY had them on a winning streak and was top 5 in pass efficiency. Fisher would rather get his way and lose than keep VY on the field. VY owned up to overreacting, but you cannot blame him for being pissed. The Titans went from being 5-2 in 2010 to a 1-8 finish, with VY being held out of games and then finally banished by Fisher. The year before Fisher stuck with Collins through a 0-6 start and had to be FORCED by Bud Adams to switch to VY, who promptly led a 8-2 finish and made the pro bowl.

    Fisher is a stubborn ass. That is why he did not get hired by the Dolphins. He must get his way no matter what.
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    he has talent but i promise you dont want young, he couldnt get the entire offense they had to "dummy" down the playbook. also the guy is a head case nut job. wonder why no one signed him yet? he is an average passer and one of his pro bowls he was like the 6th qb because others dropped out. he was a cry baby in nashville he sucked in philly. id rather have moore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nolefin View Post
    he has talent but i promise you dont want young, he couldnt get the entire offense they had to "dummy" down the playbook. also the guy is a head case nut job. wonder why no one signed him yet? he is an average passer and one of his pro bowls he was like the 6th qb because others dropped out. he was a cry baby in nashville he sucked in philly. id rather have moore.
    Well said my friend :-)
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    VY >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Garrard and Moore

    Do you want to win or not?
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    Like having Brandon Marshall under center.

    It's pretty obvious that the smart franchises want NO PART of this guy.

    Let him bag groceries with his attitude and arrogance.
    Ryan Tannehill. Ah, what a relief. Life is good.
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    He got a bad rap in Tennessee from a coach who never wanted him (despite the fact VY saved the season twice). Lots of ignorant, knee-jerk comments on this thread so far. He will be a steal for anyone smart enough to take a chance on him.

    Has anyone even watched the video?

    And LOL that people want Tannehill, a guy who couldn't even get it done in college, over a proven winner in the NFL. You know what it is: people are always fooled into going for the unknown commodity behind the curtain over the known

    VY is a proven winner at every level. Tannehill is fool's gold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nolefin View Post
    he has talent but i promise you dont want young, he couldnt get the entire offense they had to "dummy" down the playbook. also the guy is a head case nut job. wonder why no one signed him yet? he is an average passer and one of his pro bowls he was like the 6th qb because others dropped out. he was a cry baby in nashville he sucked in philly. id rather have moore.
    What an awesome synopsis. I especially love the way you put his 'Pro bowl' appearance in context. Seriouly folks, watch the games sometimes and don't look at the numbers. Jay Fiedler had a good record as a starter as well - handing the ball off to Ricky 30 times a game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomesteadHorn View Post
    Explain to me how he is not an upgrade over Moore and Garrard. 31-19 as a starter, 2 pro bowls, still 28 yrs old.

    Headcase times 10. Enough said.
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