Chow Not Chosen for Cards Job

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  1. goTitans.com

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    SUMMARY: Titans OC Norm Chow will remain in his current position as the Cardinals named Steelers OC Ken Whisenhunt as their coach today. "It would have been nice to be a head coach, to have that opportunity," Chow said. "But the disappointment lasted about 10 seconds for me. I have a great job, and I’m awfully excited to have an opportunity to work more with Vince and try and help him take his game to the next level." Chow was one of eight candidates to interview for Arizona job.

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  2. TommyTitan

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    I am glad that Norm will be back again. I think he can take Vince to another level in his growth to make the most of his immence talents at quarterback. I think next year, we will see even a bigger offensive package as Vince matures with Norm at the helm.
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  3. Titansfan10

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    me too, i was really nervous that he would get the job in arizona, not that i dont want him to go on and be a head coach and all that, but i think him leaving now would set Vince back maybe...but now thats hes staying i a relieved
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  4. avvie

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    Y'all make some good points...hmmm....

    :hang:
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  5. oochymp

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    I don't think Vince would drop off as much as a lot of people were saying, but I do think Chow can help him drastically improve his game, and I'm kinda glad that we don't have to find out whether or not Vince would drop off without Chow
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  6. avvie

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    I'm kinda hoping Vince will help Chow.
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  7. oochymp

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    I'm definately looking forward to the two of them working better together in the second year, just so you guys know, here are his stats at Texas in his first and second years starting:

    2004: 148/250 (59.2%) for 1849 yards passing and 1079 yards rushing on 167 attempts
    2005: 212/325 (65.2%) for 3036 yards passing and 1050 yards rushing on 155 attempts

    Basically, his passing numbers improved drastically (almost doubling) while his rushing numbers stayed about the same, I would love to see that happen in his second year here, and I think it's definately doable.
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  8. BigRed3

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    There's definitely some good things ahead... especially since Vince will have an entire offseason to work with his recievers and get a better grasp of Chow's system.
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  9. Thank God we still have Chow. There's none better than having a PhD in Educational Psychology as a tutor for the young player.
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  10. zackmann

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    glad Chow will be back...
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