During March Madness I made a bracket of the WRs drafted by the Titans in the past 20 years. My goal was to find the worst WR ever drafted by this team, and it was depressing. That gave me the idea of finding the biggest Titans bust of all time.
So how would you define a bust? Did they not make it past the first contract due to under performance? Were they over hyped? Were they not able to play due to injury? Was it because Ruston Webster drafted them? However you define it, for this tournament I used the following criteria:
- No longer on the team
- High hopes/under delivered
- Drafted in rounds 1-3 by the Tennessee Titans
And here are the results:
So, twice a week leading up to the preseason, we are going to do what MCM loves to do the most. Argue. We are going to keep this clean and on topic. The two players that are presented will be the only ones of discussion. You will be allowed to vote on who should advance and tell us why you think that player deserves to move on.
Without further ado we begin with the first match up:
#Warmackin This dude was a can’t miss prospect. One of the best guards, right after the US Coast Guard. On top of that, you were giving him to Mike Munchak and Bruce Matthews. They were ready to hand him his gold jacket before even playing a snap. We weren’t supposed to worry about the RG position for another ten years. Be it due to coaching, scheme changes, or just not putting it together, Warmack’s fifth option was not picked up. He left for the Eagles shortly after (and had the gall to win a Super Bowl).
Calico was before my time as a Titans fan. He got just four touchdowns in his rookie year, and was cut in 2005 after a knee injury from an illegal horse collar tackle. A freak of nature and a local, I’m sure Titan fans were excited about the possibilities. Sadly it did not pan out.
So who do you think deserves to move on?
Select your character.
This poll is closed