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Vince Young's career has been wildly up and down. In his 5 seasons with the Titans, Young started the majority of Tennessee's games 4 of those seasons. Still, he had a rift with former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher, and he displayed far too much emotional instability when he was presented with adversity to be an effective starting quarterback.
Despite all the setbacks, Vince Young still believes in himself. In an interview with KILT radio in Houston, Young expressed that he still believes he can be a starting quarterback in the NFL. When asked if he still looks at himself as a starter, Young said,
"Yeah definitely. Always want to go in and compete for the starting job and the things that I put myself through to get better and better and to better myself as a quarterback, just waiting on that opportunity to get the chance to do that."
Young may believe he's good enough to be a starter in the NFL, but he has a lot of people to convince outside of himself. ...
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Vince Young continues to dream.
After labeling the Philadelphia Eagles as a "Dream Team" last season, Young admitted to KILT in Houston that it would be a "dream come true" if he played for the hometown Texans.
Houston quarterback Matt Schaub may differ in that assessment - well, with Young's assertion in the same interview that he "definitely"...
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Vince Young will not return to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2012. This reality is a surprise to no one, and it makes me happy to no end.
Young is on the job market, and he spoke with Houston radio station KILT about why things didn’t work with the Eagles and his search for a new team, among other topics.
One year after Vince Young arguably jinxed his new team, The Philadelphia Eagles, by proclaiming them “The Dream Team”, Young is talking again. But this time it’s a totally different issue. Vince Young wants to play for the Texans.
” I would love to play at home. That would be a dream come true and anything I can do to help out with the team,” Young told KILT in Houston...
Vince Young was most known last season for his “Dream Team” comments and for looking incredibly lost in the Eagles West Coast Offense. A report from Bleeding Green Nation says that Vince Young recently asked Andy Reid about returning to the Eagles in 2012 and the answer may surprise you… “One of the biggest things [...]
Free agent quarterback Vince Young was on KILT in Houston with Mike Meltser and Brad Davies (via SportsRadioInterviews.com) to talk about his future as an NFL quarterback.
Young was asked if he still sees himself as a starting quarterback.
“Yeah definitely,” said Young. ”Always want to go in and compete for the starting job and the things that I put myself through to get...
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