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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by customtitan, Nov 10, 2009.

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  1. TitansWillWin1 Camp Fodder

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    The coaches have more important stuff to do then teach them what they already know!
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    Would you call a college student a professional student? Because if so, I defiantly remember being in college and the professors easing into the semester for a class or two before bombarding us with hours of work to do. Not every class, but enough that I clearly recall it happening. I think a coach would be stupid not to make sure his players know wtf he's implementing.
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    i just dont understand why they just start to open up the playbook when the playoffs are pretty much all dead...

    if it were up to fisher, KC would still be the QB, and he would still talking about how KC gives us the best chance to win. and if we werent 0-6, fisher would have never opened up the playbook at all, we should have been getting at least a little bit creative from week 1.

    basically the way this season unfolded has shown that jeff fisher and crew can do nothing right.
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    I'm proud of Vince but the whole team has improved, if the defense and running game were not gearing up so well no QB on our roster could win.
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    They just now opened up the playbook because they finally accepted the fact that they were not going to win doing what they were doing. It took a stubborn coach six losses in a row to figure that out. Now, we hope to watch a continually improving team and a coaching staff that isn't afraid to think out of the box, because that is what they will have to do to win in today's NFL.
  6. TitansWillWin1 Camp Fodder

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    im not sayin that his game plans werent flawed or that he made some questionable calls, but a lot of those first 6 losses were not his fault!
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    according to you nothing but wins are fisher's fault... youve stated it time and time again on here. you can honestly sit here and say goin 0-6 isnt a coaches fault? :ha: wow!

    just admit you have a love affair with the fish and he can do nothing wrong in your eyes, its okay....theres nothing to be ashamed of.:yes:
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    no, im saying that when you have as many turnovers as we did and key injuries, then its gonna be hard to win no matter who your coach is! His fault is for not having better depth, thats about it! The players play the game, not the coaches! The only way it can truly be the coaches fault is bad playcalling, bad decisions, etc... However there were times that fishers decision making was bad during the 0-6 record we were still in position to win at least half of those if it if we executed fundamental things as in making field goals or not turning the ball over! You act like his entire scheme doesnt work, when he has shown in his career that it works very well if executed right!
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    Mouton caught a total of three punts in the two first preseason games before he was injured on 8/18. He's out over a month until he is able to return. Fisher decides to put him in, on the road, against the Jets with little to no game experience returning kicks or punts.

    Yeah, Fisher gave him a chance alright.

    If this is all about chances, why isn't Mouton out there now returning kicks and McCourty playing opposite Finnegan? Could it be that Fisher woke up and realized they needed a little more experience?
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    FWIW some defensive players are pubically stating that the team is now "buying in" to CCs schemes - WTF!!!!!!!


    last player I heard say this was Finnegan who was early too his show and said this late on the Fisher Radio show.

    Just astounding IMO
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