Flux wrote:tanner wrote:Brown makes Henry look like a plodder..he's much, much faster than Henry. Look at it this way: with all the teams NEEDING a RB, how come no one came knocking on Henry's door until this deal came about a few weeks ago? Makes you wonder what Henry's value truly is...
This deal could actually increase Brown's fantasy value..he could now be lined up as Reggie Bush was at USC - in the slot, out wide, in the backfield...Henry is going to be the battering ram between-the-tackles RB, and Brown will be the homerun hitter..
I think it give Tenn. a chance to showcase Brown moreso than Henry..
the other side of the coin says Jeff fisher has never been a RBBC head coach, and will probably settle on just one main ball carrier..
my money is on Brown, until he gets hurt, he should retain the job..
Henry is an Errict Wrett clone, i.e., good hands, good between the tackles power, but a rather slow no frills RB..
Brown has elite RB talent, and a 4.9 ypc avg to go with it..
This post is oozing w/ Brown homerism/ownership
Here is the latestTravis Henry split snaps with Tennessee's first team offense Friday.
To us, it's a great sign for Henry that Chris Brown isn't being given ANY preference as the incumbent. In time, we believe Henry will be the one who gets the majority of carries for the Titans, especially near the goal-line.
haha! you are correct, sir! you got me, I have Brown on my roster in a 12-team keeper league..but that being said, I truly do believe that Henry is a 2nd rate RB to Chris Brown..at the very least, Henry's acquisition lights a fire under Brown, maybe if forces him to play while hurt, who knows..he failed to finish many games in 2004..