TE Bo Scaife Thinks 2010 Will be a Huge Season for Him

The Sporting News had a tidbit on the Titans TE Bo Scaife, and now back at 100 percent, the TE feels that 2010 is going to be a huge season for him:

Titans coaches expect TE Bo Scaife, who has 149 catches in only 32 starts the past three seasons, to reach a Pro Bowl level this season. Scaife mostly played through a nagging knee injury last season but says he’s 100 percent now.

“It would be good to see him be the go-to-guy, the first-down maker,” tight ends coach John Zernhelt told The Tennessean, “the guy that keeps the chains moving … that type of thing.”

Said Scaife: “If I can stay healthy, the sky is the limit for me. I’m going to have a good year, better than what I had last year. I thought I had a pretty good year last year, but I’d like to have a career year this year.”


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One Response to “TE Bo Scaife Thinks 2010 Will be a Huge Season for Him”

  1. Oilers Forever says:

    Scaife must be expecting a trade to the Jets at the trading deadline or something, to make comments like this.

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