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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    "V-Unit" wrote:
    That would suggest that Vince Young is bound to be a total bust.
    Not necessarily...although I wouldn't care if he was, since I HATE the Titans!!!

    IF Young has successfully passed Steps 1 and 2, then he is ready for Step 3...and if he can adjust to game speed, he will do just fine!
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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    So the answer is, there is no answer.
    The idea of when to put Jackson in varies from person to person, with the only decision maker being Brad Childress.

    I'm sure that won't stop many from continuously brining up the subject.

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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    In 2 years TJ will be ready, til then BJ is doing just fine.

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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    TJ goes in if we're out of playoff contention, OR after this season.
    Dude, if you can't play better than Brad is currently,after a season of learning on the sideline, WTF did we draft you for in the 2nd round...Brad does not have another season as a starter in him.
    He barely has enough this season.
    The onl reason he is still our starter is because our other qbs are Brooks bollinger and a qb from alabama state that is perceived as so mentally fragile to withstand making mistakes as a rookie in game situation that our coaching staff doesn't think the can help him progress through that properly.


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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    Even if brad childress decides to pull johnson (which wont happent unless we go like 3-13) we wont see tj because if brad gets pulled then bollinger will start.I think tj will start next year i really do
    Childress will not pull his johnson.


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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

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    Only put TJ in if Brad dies.
    I wonder how long it will be before a 'Kill BJ' thread starts.

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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "WVV" wrote:
    Only put TJ in if Brad dies.
    I wonder how long it will be before a 'Kill BJ' thread starts.
    If they only maim him, we could be in for a long season.

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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    so the first time i log in for months and a lot of people turned on BJ?
    give me a break.
    and then calling for TJ, give me another break.
    last time i checked, we are winning games and should have won against the bears.
    quit all your bitcking bitckes.

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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    I think Brad's done ok.
    I wish there was a little more excitement in our offense and at least one better receiver, BUT that's the design of our offense.
    So, we have two tough games, one in Seattle and then at home against the Pats.
    After that, we have a pretty easy schedule (with the exception of Chicago).
    Although we've got a tendency to play to the ability of our opponent, I think we've got a really good chance of making the playoffs with this schedule.
    Once we get into the playoffs, I'm not sure what will happen, but Brad's got experience in the playoffs, right up to winning the Super Bowl.
    So, I guess I'm saying that I'm behind Brad.

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    Re: The Answer to "When should we put TJ in for BJ?"

    "V-Unit" wrote:
    That would suggest that Vince Young is bound to be a total bust.
    Not necessarily, but it doesn't speak well to his future.

    Akili Smith, Heath Shuler, Ryan Leaf.
    The three poster boys for played-too-soon.

    Jake Delhomme, Tom Brady, Carson Palmer.
    The three poster boys for sitting-and-learning.

    Peyton Manning is the exception.
    And HE didn't learn to win until year 3.

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