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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds



    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    Pollard barking orders and throwing football's at new teammates
    Maybe he is just prepping for a job after his playing days as the Rutgers' basketball coach.




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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds

    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    Pollard barking orders and throwing football's at new teammates

    http://blogs.tennessean.com/titans/2...own-on-friday/
    He didn't have to be a leader here. Apparently he also didn't learn how it's done.
    I've upped my standards. Up yours.




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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds

    Throwing football at a teammate, yeah that'll get their attention.

    The Titan fans love it though, their D has been a little anemic and they're very happy with the additions of Pollard and Greg Williams. Kill the head
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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds

    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    Pollard barking orders and throwing football's at new teammates

    http://blogs.tennessean.com/titans/2...own-on-friday/
    Let me give you my shocked face....

    Pollard is a loose cannon. We've seen him lose it on the field and take dumb penalties. It's not surprising to me at all.




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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Let me give you my shocked face....

    Pollard is a loose cannon. We've seen him lose it on the field and take dumb penalties. It's not surprising to me at all.
    Of all the defensive players we lost this year, Pollard is the one I hated to see go the most. With all do respect to the OLD great ones, Pollard was the attitude of that defense. Call him a loose cannon, a dirty player, etc., etc., but the dude could flat out lay the wood. The Titans should be happy to have him.
    "Screw it, let's ride"!




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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds

    Quote Originally Posted by lowrider View Post
    Of all the defensive players we lost this year, Pollard is the one I hated to see go the most. With all do respect to the OLD great ones, Pollard was the attitude of that defense. Call him a loose cannon, a dirty player, etc., etc., but the dude could flat out lay the wood. The Titans should be happy to have him.
    I loved his big hits too, but big hitting slow safeties are going extinct in the NFL. It's just the way things are going.

    Elam is a big hitter too, but he can also run with any receiver.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rREjDTpTedE




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    He almost cost a TD in the SB, great in run support but gambles in coverage. Still was one of my faves last year.
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    Re: Bernard Pollard responds

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Elam is a big hitter too, but he can also run with any receiver.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rREjDTpTedE
    Yeah, I'm excited about Elam. When they drafted him my concerns over losing Pollard went away. Pollard was one of my favorites, hopefully Elam will make me forget about him.
    "Screw it, let's ride"!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Purpleguy View Post
    If the mutiny resulted in Bisciotti getting wind that damn near every player on the team hated Cam, thus making Bisciotti force Harbaugh to fire him a few weeks later, then it was the best thing to ever happen to this team.

    Harbaugh was never going to fire "Coach Cam". Just watch all of the mic'ed up stuff. Every other clip is Harbaugh patting Cam on the back with a "great call, coach Cam". Harbaugh gave him game balls for Christ's sake. He was never going to fire him, until Bisciotti put his own ass on the line. Obviously Harbaugh is still a little sore about losing his bestest bestie.
    We will all know if this is true or false when they resign harbs or not. I hope you are wrong.




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