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Harper Says Things Need to Change for Titans to be the Best

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  1. rcarie Tac Head

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    Not the Steelers... We are rated higher in total offense.

    He doesn't turn the ball over much and he's a good passer. It's really hard to beat sliced bread but as for the Titans, he's done a good job leading this offense. He certainly played well enough against the Ravens to win that game and I have no doubt he would've been fine had we continued in the playoffs....

    I think people are happy with those results given the circumstances... Of course, we would all like to have the next John Elway but it ain't happenin' any time soon. Who's gonna QB this team if Collins doesn't?? VY? Hell no! Fact is, he is good enough to get us there. He's not flashy and he's not going to light up the world but considering the options, he's not bad.
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    ?? Come on dude, we put up more yards on the Steelers then ANY TEAM this whole season. That includes the Colts, the red-hot Texans, and the rest of that hell schedule they played through. If by fun you mean slinging the ball all over the field for 350 yards a game a la Saints then forget about it. But to me fun is winning ball games, and we did just that. Don't act like 3 turnovers in one game changed everything that happened this season.

    And for the love of god stop hating on Jeff. Fish is hailed around the league as one of the greatest coaches around, ease up off his nuts for a minute man. Had Alge Crumpler not fumbled that ball then odds are we're playing in the Super Bowl against the Eagles or Cardinals, winnable either way. Then you wouldn't be saying any of this crap about Fish being a lousy coach. What happened was terrible, I broke my hand afterward punching a damn wall I was so pissed. It was probably the worst loss I've ever had to stomach, but it was anything but Fisher's fault. We came in there and dominated with our gameplan, we just had stupid errors when it really counted. Not poor coaching, just poor luck
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    Sorry to attack the same post twice but seriously man. The Eagles have Westbrook, the most versatile back in the league, and McNabb, a HOF shoe in if they go all the way. The Cards have more offensive firepower then anyone barring the Patriots and Colts. Kurt Warner is less then a step behind Drew Brees as one of the most accurate passers in the league and he's got two of the top 5 receivers lined up wide. I'm not really b*tchin about those teams having more offense then us. As for the Steelers, thats just false
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    Agree. I don't understand the context of Harper's statement. the penalties and 2 fumbles hurt alot, but not sure how practice contributes. Titans played good enough to win, and probably 90% of the time they win that game the way it all unfolded. It was just one of those odd games where the best team doesn't win. all imho.

    edit: I guess I should add Mawae being out and the errant snaps from center hurt too. Maybe that happening in practice and not getting corrected
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