Gregg Williams returning as Titans DC?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by KyTitansFan, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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    And how disingenuous does someone have to be to say they can't find 1 single positive thing to say about last season? I don't mind the criticisms but I don't like the over-the-top ridiculous exaggerations people need to make up in order to bash the organization, coaches, and owner.
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    Things I liked

    Casey proved he's a full-time DT that we should come to love
    Ayers is a damn good pass rusher
    Brown isn't allergic to tackles (even though he finished week-17 with some whiffs)
    Morgan showed why he was a first round pick.
    Um thats about it really.

    The defensive backfield regressed as a whole, but at least we're finally done with Ryan Mouton. Thats good right?
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  3. TitansWillWin2

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    Correction, he did not lead all rookies in receptions......
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  4. JCBRAVE

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    He tied Blackmon and had less targets as a No.2 WR, so same sh*t
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  5. TitansWillWin2

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  6. SawdustMan

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    Well boo hoo. How about you just write me off as an idiot and ignore my posts from now on? I assure you that would be A-OK with me.

    Thing is Alex.... You KNOW you disagree with me wholeheartedly on this. You KNOW you disagree with Riverman wholeheartedly on this. And yet you continually follow us around like a child starting the entire conversation all over again every time we post. Why is it so hard to move on? What's wrong with just accepting the fact that we have different opinions than you and letting it be? You seem to just constantly WANT to argue about something.

    And I don't know if you have poor reading comprehension skills or you just get all riled up and don't quite process what you're reading... but half of the time you think you're making some great big point by asking a question, the question has already been answered. For whatever reason you simply ignored it or deemed it "not good enough".

    E.G. "Why does this organization have lower standards?" Well, I replied and gave examples of why I thought that. You then accused me of not answering the question and also of being unable to. :rolleyes:

    Another E.G., "What do you mean Bud is letting his age affect his decision-making?" I replied and gave my take on why I thought that. Same thing. You accuse me of not answering your question and then somehow declare victory. :rolleyes:

    Giving an answer that you happen to disagree with is not the same thing as avoiding the question altogether.

    At this point, I honestly don't know whether you really are trolling or you're just not very good at following a conversation. But what I do know for a fact is that it's useless to try to debate with you regarding anything we aren't in agreement on. So I'm not interested in doing it anymore. If you want to take that as some kind of victory or your being right and me being wrong, so be it. Congratulations.

    And don't take this as me "having something personal" against you or whatever you came up with last time I tried to explain all this to you. Your schtick is just beyond old and I'm tired of it.
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  7. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    Here is the problem I'm having Alex. I told you I didn't make that statement. You feel compelled to search it out anyway which suggests you can't take what I say at face value. When your research fails you, then you feel compelled to issue an indirect insult. Furthermore, I never said "the Titans shouldn't hire any prior coaches or promote anyone with ties to this organization" but you post that I did. Another example of you paraphrasing your perception of a statement to suit your argument (aka "taking out of context").

    You see- you are more interested in discrediting the person who has a different opinion than your own rather than simply addressing the issue. I was very clear in my prior post to you. Yet- you ignored the points I made and continued on in your charge to malign/insult me personally.

    I don't know what's going on with you, but you used to not do that. I'm not sure why it bothers you so bad that others simply are not high on the organization right now. Particularly in a way that you don't agree with. Just accept it as a difference of opinion- which everyone is entitled to have- including you. It certainly doesn't persuade someone to agree with your opinion when you persist in insulting them personally.
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  8. JCBRAVE

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    Thats' the first thing they teach in law school, discredit the other guy.

    Alex knows how to push buttons.
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  9. SawdustMan

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    Which would be the definition of trolling.
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  10. JCBRAVE

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    Jesse is still in rehab, and Deuce Wayne is on vacation, so somebody has to do it.
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