I think you're spot on the lack of development of our draft picks. And that is SOLELY, 100%, ENTIRELY (etc.) on coaching. The only staff I can recall who was excellent at player development was Washburn. He could take an average athlete with a high motor and develop them into an upper echelon player. And we know what he did with a "freak" athlete. I think the MAIN problem with why this franchise is stuck in the mud when it comes to playoffs and SB runs is that we hire FAMILIAR coaches. It was a reflection of Bud's "old school" approach toward business. Namely, surround yourself with with people you KNOW to be loyal. In academic settings (and some occupations) that is a formula for a slow death. There are no new ideas or approaches to problem solving with this ideology. The product of hiring within is that there is always a couple of problems that persist because what is hired from within isn't capable of solving that problem. With the Titans, I believe that is drafting and player development. And our game planning is stuck in "safe" or "ball-control" mode to keep games close. That is a real problem with how the league rules are set up to favor QB/WR play and high scoring. The Titans MUST adapt if they are ever going to win it all. Titans' fans are understandably frustrated with losing, but even worse IMO fans are BORED with watching the team muddle around in close games in which they win less than half. And honestly, winning about 60% of "close" games is the max upside of playing a "ball-control" style. Let's stop the debate about whether or not we'd ever get there with Munch as HC. He had his chance, this franchise "owes" him nothing further. The franchise "owes" the paying fans more than anything else. 1. Fire Munch and Co. 2. Hire outside of organization (somebody young with PROVEN credentials at OC/DC level). 3. Put Webster on notice that he has 2 years to turn this franchise around. And get Bruce Matthews the f*ck out of coaching our players at ANY level. That water head hasn't done chit with our OL.