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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitansJonne, Nov 18, 2009.
I heard that CJ stated tha Bud Adams Flipping the bird is reflection of the Titans new attitude.
Gotta love his confidence!
Your right, it is. This team is now in attack mode, while still managing the game. That's the best formula anyone could use with C.J. & Co.. I've been knocking Fisher since late last year, but now he's showing why people label him as a great coach. I'm still mad at him for the horrible start, but you have to sometimes take one step back to take two steps forwards.
Im basically on the fence with fisher now. If he's fired then good bye, finally a new philosophy here. If he stays then whatever he better put up.
Winning makes everything better. Look at week 5 when Brandon Marshall pretended to like his coach. I can tolerate Fishers face when were winning.
Farfetched, but I like it.
History says no.
Mathematically says unlikely.
Keeping hope alive says yes.
I have to High-Five this brotha. I was always oblivious to his conceited and downright arrongant attitude because of my Titans colored glasses kept me from believing that our coach is a douche like everybody says he is. But he is, and they were all right about him.
But since we're winning, he's starting to get back on my good side.
Don't want to be a downer but even if they lose to SD they are still obly 2-1 in division and 5-3 in conference. Assuming we win out and finish 3-3 in division and and 6-6 in division. That means Denver has to go 3-3 in the last 6 games. With KCx2, Oakland, a limping Phili, Colts and NY Giants and they can not pull 4 of those games? Plus that is us winning out which is I am afraid unlikely but it could happen.
On top of that my scenario involves Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Jets and Baltimore all finishing out at roughly .500. It would be a Miracle Mets esk run to make it.
Hey but I am obviously just like you with hope if I have spent the time to calculate out what it would take. I am just an analyst at heart and unfortunately a realist. :hmm:
Don't fool yourselves people. I guess winning these last few games made yall forget that Fisher's poor decisions (across the board) were what got us our six losses. In fact, we're not out of the woods either (the whole Harper/Hood thing).
His stubbornness and inflexibility may yet cost us another game or two.
It's time for him to go after next season. The only exception for him to stay would be a huge paradigm shift and a BLATANT public display that he has learned some humility.