Has Munch been unlucky this season?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RockyTop Fox, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. RockyTop Fox

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    This would have been his year had it not been for all those physical errors. Munch coached well enough for us to be a playoff team. I blame the players more than the coach this year.

    You also forget that we were tied for the 6th seed in 2011.. we had a few fluke losses to Indy and Jacksonville, as well as a blown game against Cincy and New Orleans. Munch could have easily had 2 of his 3 years be playoff years. I'll put the 2011 blame on Munch and his staff.. can't do that this year though. Bilbo Loggians is the only one I can consider blaming the most for this season, and even his results would have been mid-tier if you cut those ridiculous physical errors. fumbles, and penalties by the offense.
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  2. Alex1939

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    But in reality unless we make it this season it is 0-3 in Munch years for making playoffs.

    Sucks his players make mistakes, but then again, maybe he shouldn't have had those players starting.

    He's the Head Coach, can't skirt blame if you are the HC.
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    Munch kept Reyanud on this team way to long and is now giving wiggles his second chance over Roby which I think is a big mistake! How many chances do players get with this team? Damnt!
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    Those "fluke" losses are not flukes for him. They have become the norm over his tenure. Losing to the worst teams in the league is something he has us growing very accustomed to.
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    Let's say Munch ends up 8-8 having to win four of the next six with a backup QB. Does he keep his job?

    If he finishes well, I wouldn't be surprised if he does. But right now, I don't see the Titans finishing better than 6-10.
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  6. RockyTop Fox

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    If we finish well, I could easily see him back next year.. and I'm not sure how I would feel about it. We've played some great games under Munchak, but a lot of terrible ones too. I could also see the new owner wanting to make a fresh start. If we can get a guy like Kevin Sumlin, then I'd say give him the boot. But it might not be worth it to bring in another no name like Munchak.

    Munch has one year left on his deal. They may let him finish it out.
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    I agree.

    I agree.
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    Plaster said, and Climer/ McCormick confirmed, that there are "people inside the building" that say he will be back next year and it's not even up for debate.

    I don't know who the "people" are, but after reading what Tommy Smith had to say after the Jaguars game, I'm not really surprised to hear something like this.
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    ahhhhhhh damnt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :mad: All I ask for is change!
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    If that's true does anyone want to go dig up Bud with me? I'm thinking we could run this team Weekend at Bernie's style.











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