Should Albert Haynesworth be the RDT on all-time Tennessee team?

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Who should be the right defensive tackle on our all-time Tennessee team?
In his six years in Tennessee, Albert Haynesworth has played in 76 games, starting 60 times. His 2007 season was his best and earned him Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors.
Henry Ford was the starter in 1997 and again in 2002. He started 9 games at RDE in 1999, but only three gams in 2000 and none in 2001.
Josh Evans started in 1998 and was then moved over to LDT, where he started in 1999 and 2001.
Jason Fisk manned the position for three years, from 1999-2001, starting 47 of 48 games.
The main problem I have with Albert is his inconsistency. However, none of the other players on the ballot ever dominated the way Big Al does at times, nor have they been selected for the Pro Bowl, so my vote will go to Albert.
Who’s your choice, and why?
In our last poll, you selected Kevin Carter as the left defensive tackle on our team.

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4 Responses to “Should Albert Haynesworth be the RDT on all-time Tennessee team?”

  1. Dave Says:

    I think it’s got to be Jason Fisk right now. Albert, if he stays healthy and consistent, should be the pick next year. I liked Fisk a lot, though. KVB reminds of him as far as work ethic and energy.

  2. Seth Leonard Says:

    In Henry Ford’s defense, he was decent on Madden. That’s all I will say about him

  3. cld12pk2go Says:

    Al.
    He has the most time and some periods of good to excellent play.
    Hopefully, the best is yet to come…

  4. bobcomu Says:

    Al is hands down the best on this team even though he does have his ups and downs. Lazines and head stomps aside when he wants to there is no o lineman on this planet that can stop that man from getting into the backfield.

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