Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Wolf, Jan 2, 2006.
That picture of Haynesworth grabbing Pacman by the pads just screams for a caption contest!
I smell bust written all over this dude.
Are we sure that Pac Man didn't go to University of Miami?
99% of the time I see Pacman Jones on TV, it's on the wrong end of a highlight film, getting burned by a receiver. The only thing he's done halfway decently for the Titans is return kicks. I know he's just a rookie, but he's just shown absolutely no promise from what I can see. He can't tackle, can't outsmart a receiver, gets in trouble with the law, and is insubordinate with the team. The only thing he has going for him is his speed.
No .... he's not a bust .... maybe a selfish lil punk but the guy can play CB ... just hope he tears up the Titanics like TO did the Eagles .... ROLF
When he finally scored his first TD (after 2 or 3 were called back on penalties) he gave the ball to Jeff Fisher.
Slanted writing isn't gonna convice me this kid is all bad. He's still gonna be a good corner in this league.
Sounds like PBuch, but atleast PBuch isn't getting in trouble with the law.
He's from Georgia so pretty dang close. He's spewing of arrogance that's for dang sure.
I mean didn't he get arrested shortly after the draft for a fight in a club?
I thought Pacman went to West Virginia.
Wrong he went to West Virginia. I had an old friend from high school that played with him there. My buddy said he was nothing but a thug.
Hometown: College Park, Ga.
Attended Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.) High School, playing football for coach Dallas Allen
Totaled 120 tackles, six interceptions and 1,850 yards rushing as a senior
Selected conference Player of the Year and was a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Class 4A All-State Team
Played in the Georgia-Florida All-Star Game
Earned All-America honors in basketball.
Athletic Coaching Education major
Member of the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll
Son of Debra Jones
Born Sept. 30, 1983
Resides in College Park, Ga.
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