Coaching changes?

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  1. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    What coaching changes do you think are going to occur on the Titans?

    I've been scanning the internet news and I came across two interesting comments. Volek made a comment that coaches need to "stop letting things slide around here" and KVB made the following statment regarding where he'll be next year: "It'll come down to where I want my family to be the next few years and coaches and all that. Right now it's Tennessee ... I love it. It's a good place for me,"

    I know some of this is because of frustration but these statements coupled with Fisher's admission that he's "lost his team's attention these past few weeks" smells like a coaching change is forthcoming.

    How many think Schwartz is gone? Other coaches?
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  2. titanbuoy

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    Dom Capers would be a nice addition as DC (despite his "success" in Houston).
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  3. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    he coaches the 3-4.
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  4. IndyTitan

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    What about Fisher himself? Id does not take too much nowadays to be on the NFL hotseat. When the 2006 NFL publications are released, I am sure that Fisher will be in the catagory of "Coaches on the NFL Hotseat in 2006".

    What will it take (in terms of the 2006 Titans record) to prompt Bud to fire Fisher?
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  5. Fry

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    nothing. if fisher doesnt do a satisfactory job in '06 bud wont extend his contract. he's in the last year of his deal, with an option year(i think)
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  6. IndyTitan

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    Didn't know 2006 will be the final year of Fish's contract. With that now known, what record will get his contract extended into 2007 and beyond?

    I think he needs at least a .500 record to remain a Titan in 2007 and beyond.
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  7. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    i think 7-9 is acceptable as long as we lose some close ones. its a three game improvement, with the opportunity to win a couple more. jacksonville was in that boat for a year or two. i think they lost like 4 games by a combined 15 points.
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  8. GoT

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    I think record will be secondary to performance. Meaning reestablishing physical Defensive play and an effecient O. Lowery should continue to be allowed his choice of talent for ST's as this seems to have helped al lot.
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    It is funny for the past few years we were wanting the Titans to fire Alan Lowery, now he is being praised for one of the rare bright spots this season.
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    it was a low bar to get over - lol
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