Head Coach thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. Alzarius

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    How many people on this board have called Munch a great coach?

    provide links (yes, Im aware of Arcane's view)
  2. Alzarius

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    Slightly? You were one of my favorite posters here at one time.

    Then when you say you dont like the product on the field, are you going from the end results and the scoreboard?

    Honest question for you and Im not trying to be a dick. How can you say you know whats going on, on the field, if you are not even watching the games? Do you make your decisions about our talent and potential from the scoreboard or highlights?

    Tell me what you are talking about, you have brought up this "bad luck" excuse several times. I must have missed all the fans saying that.
  3. Alzarius

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    I understand the "the buck stops at Munch" argument but you should have left it at that. Lets not pretend like everyone faces adversity and rises above it.

    Talent matters, whether you like it or not.

    Leaving Munch completely out of the discussion for this argument, this time.

    QB's in the playoffs, as of now

    Manning, Brady, Flacco, Luck, Smith, Dalton, Wilson, Breese, Kapernick (sp), Stafford, Newton, Romo


    Show me just one, ANY other team in the NFL now, or in the past 5 years, who has had our QB situation and a running game like ours and rose above it to do anything at all.
  4. SawdustMan

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    I was only referring to Arcane. I thought that was what Alex was referring to.

    Like I said, I really don't have a problem with anyone saying they think Munch is the right man for the job. Obviously I disagree. But to say he's great, or even above-average, at this point in time is just unfounded insanity.
  5. Alzarius

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    I agree.

    I wouldnt go any further than saying he is average.
  6. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    My gripe with the hiring of Munchak was that it was an "in-house" handoff. Had it not been so, we'd have made a play for somebody like jim harbaugh. Talk about a team responding in one year to a coach with personality! But I'm sure it Bud who wanted one of "his guys".
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  7. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    What HC drafted our current injury prone QB? Coached and built the current version of our O-line?
  8. Vigsted

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    This is a joke, right?
  9. LANGSTER

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    Got to be a joke! This guy cannot beat the jags, is in the worst division in pro football! We have not one a division game, in the worst division in the NFL. He also lost to the 2 win colts a couple of years ago. This team should have won the division and made the playoffs with or without Locker. No excuse in the jags game or losing to the colts at home with a big lead.

    Fact of the matter is munch never adjusts in game.
  10. Vigsted

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    If you believe being a great player means you're automatically a great coach, you are seriously mistaken. In fact most great coaches have never played football at a high level or if they were scrubs, like Fisher and Cowher.

    But hey, let's hire Emmit Smith, Lawrence Taylor, Deion Sanders, Randy Moss and Bruce Smith, they're all some of the best all time so clearly they would be the ideal coaching staff....