Mike Williams aims to make most of 'last chance' with Titans

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  1. Wolf

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    http://www.nashvillecitypaper.com/news.php?viewStory=60112

    tack fans are excited
    http://forums.titansonline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=36116
     
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    If and that is a pretty big if IMO, he can pull it together, he could be a heck of a red zone threat.
     
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    I'm excited also........

    One less player to worry about playing for the possums.
     
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    unless they drafted a QB last month, I'm not too concerned.
     
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    I'm pretty worried about this. I think Mike Williams is extremely talented. If he matured the way he claims to, he could be a real threat / target downfield for Young..........

    :user: Oh wait..... nevermind.
     
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    lol...

    this could be a good environment for Williams. You got a USC guy in Fisher at the helm and he does more with less year after year. If anyone can help turn this guy around, its Fisher.

    he has played for the Lions and Raiders organizations. Those two organizations have been pretty embarassing of late so he may flourish under Fisher's regime. As long as the guy is in shape and committed, its a win-win situation for the Titans. They risk little and they were in dire need of talent at receiver...albeit a longshot
     
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    Maybe - I have an incredible amount of respect for Fisher's talent. But don't forget that when he went to Oakland, he was playing for one of the offensive Co-coordinators who was at USC when he was there, and it didn't seem to make much difference.

    If this weren't after his third year in the NFL, I might give it some credence, but the next time I'm worried about Mike Williams being a Titans receiver will the the first.
     
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    no WR on a Fisher-coached team will ever scare you....but if they can move the chains a few times a game, that is all they are asked to do.

    believe me, this signing does nothing to erase the fact that they are sorely lacking proven playmakers around VY.
     


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