I see threads about firing coordinators, but what about personel?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by MrBean, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. Aquam

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    A philosophy period would be something.
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  2. steverife

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    So what is the difference between this year and last year?

    The two obvious answers are Finnegan and turnovers by the offense. What else?
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  3. Kaeotik

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    Too bad he sucks.
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  4. GoT

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    assuming your numbers are correct then that there is a QB rating against of









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  5. Kaeotik

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    The difference isn't just the Titans. It's the other teams. They all had a full offseason for their coaches to coach their players up. They did a much better job than our coaches did. Munch, Palmer, Gray, and Mathews should all be fired at the end of the season if truly significant improvement is not made. Palmer and Mathews should be gone regardless of improvement imo.
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  6. xpmar9x

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    Actually we have the salary cap space... we're 3rd in cap available right now. :beerbang:
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    he has company too his left and directly behind him



















    say it aint so CJ :cj:
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  8. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    Who to keep:

    1. Jake Locker
    2. Kendall Wright
    3. Colin McCarthy
    4. Akeem Ayers
    5. Alterraun Verner
    6. Nate Washington
    7. Jurrell Casey
    I could care less about anybody else.
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  9. Kaeotik

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    Seriously though, I am truly convinced at this point that every single one of our O-Lineman are horrible at every aspect of playing the position. Yes, that includes Roos. If we can criticize one former Pro Bowler for not getting it done, we can hold the former Pro Bowler in front of him that is a complete shell of his former self accountable as well. We can't even pass block anymore. The Vikings we're just rushing their linemen only, and putting pressure on Hass almost immediately. What a complete joke. Of all the games this season, this one made it clearer than any other that our O-Line is just too awful to even describe properly with words.
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  10. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    I'd add Cook And Stevens to that list, and possibly dump McCarthy, but haven't totally given up on him yet, but he's overrated.

    I don't even know about Locker yet. But I guess you have to give him a legitimate chance to show himself, but I don't think he'll end up being a world-beater by any means.

    But otherwise, right on.

    The problem always starts from the top. When your coaches have no balls, and your "Team Leaders" who are the most tenured and make the most (looking at you, Griffin and CJ) are terrible at their jobs, everything else follows. You can't buy team leadership in bringing in an old Hutchinson for a year. And for Hasselbeck, can't be a team leader when you're a pick machine.
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