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Tennessee Titans Why Bishop Sankey Should Be Next In Line
ter being drafted as the first running back overall in 2014,2016 nike dallas cowboys jersey, Bishop Sankey has failed to live up to the status of that pick over the past couple of years. However,cheap nfl jersey, I still believe he should be 3rd behind Murray and Henry on the Titans depth chart and should still see action in games.
As you can see,wholesale nfl jersey, Sankey in his limited duty was second only to McCluster in avg. yards per carry. A solid 4.1. Antonio Andrews who became the lead back under Whisenhunt and held onto those duties for the most part under Mularkey came in at 3.6. David Cobb finally saw the field towards the end of the season and was much anticipated by the fans,cheap jerseys from china, but ended up with a paltry 2.8 yards per carry on roughly the same number of carries.
2) The offensive line.
Let’s face it. The offensive line was horrible last year. It was made worse by Whisenhunt’s play designs and schemes to some degree,cheap jerseys china, but it was bad pretty much no matter what. They spoke of playing with an identity,2016 nike dallas cowboys jersey, but just couldn’t get it done. Evaluating almost any running back last year on the Titans would be hard to do.
3) Ken Whisenhunt ruined a number of players.
Kendall Wright went from 1,wholesale nfl jersey,079 yards in his second season under Dowell Loggains with Jake Locker at the helm,cheap jerseys from china, down to 715 and 408 respectively over the past 2 years under Whisenhunt. Add in what he did to Jake Locker,2016 nike seattle seahawks jersey, Jeremiah Poutasi,china jerseys, and Taylor Lewan and I have concerns over what Whisenhunt’s effect on certain offensinve players can be.相关的主题文章:

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