Welcome to goTitans.com! Log in or sign up to be a part of the best Tennessee Titans fan site available.

"I'd do it again if I had the decision all over again" - Jeff Fisher

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Deuce Wayne, Dec 16, 2008.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
Watchers:
This thread is being watched by 2 users.
  1. Amishboy Camp Fodder

    Messages:
    181
    Moolah:
    $0
    Was the lid closed when he made that "history" kick before?
    #11
    • Tip Jar Donor

    Gunny Lord and Master

    Wright
    Messages:
    45,476
    Moolah:
    $3,223
    What do you want? Him to say 'Oh if I had it again, I'd kick it'.

    Even if he says that? What changes? Nothing. We are still 12 - 2 and we still lose 13 - 12.

    Get over it.
  2. BudAdams SayHelloToMyLittleFriends

    Locker
    Messages:
    1,819
    Moolah:
    $40
    no you wouldn't you a**
  3. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

    Casey
    Messages:
    24,546
    Moolah:
    $9,011
    the call to go for it didn't bother me a whole lot, i would have kicked it, but i understand the reasoning. we would have been up two and kris brown has a history of making clutch kicks, couple that with us not being able to stop andre johnson all game, i didn't mind going for it.

    however, the play that was called was terrible. i don't see why you throw deep to our worst WR on third and 3. it was man-to-man coverage with demeco ryans covering chris johnson one-on-one, chris johnson wins that battle. whether he catches the ball or not who knows, but i like the odds of that pass over a prayer to mccariens.
    2 people high five this.
  4. Bobo Guest

    Messages:
    0
    If he says Rob had trouble from hitting from that range because of the wind, I believe him. So going for it isn't horrible, but I think the call is. For what seems like the millionth time this year, we see Collins overthrow McCariens :doh:
  5. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

    Martin
    Messages:
    26,657
    Moolah:
    $13,356
    Maybe just a simple "Maybe there was a better call that I could have made- but hindsight is 20/20."
    Not. "Hur hur. I'm right! That play should have worked! Since when does Justin McCareins NOT catch a football we throw to him?! It'll work next time!"
  6. onetontitan Fire, walk with me.

    Verner
    Messages:
    6,313
    Moolah:
    $1,465
    no, it would have been 15-13, our D would have held.
    • Tip Jar Donor

    Gunny Lord and Master

    Wright
    Messages:
    45,476
    Moolah:
    $3,223
    Focus on the facts at hand.

    You don't get a second chance. Nothing changes if he says he is going to kick it again.

    And if he does say he will kick it again, it is as sure as the sun rises, you'd be here leading the pack on something negative in that case.

    Either way you would complain and ***** and claim you know more.

    It is not homerism, it is moving on.

    You can dwell on stupid calls. You can dwell on what would happen if he had another chance. Nothing changes.

    But hey, if it makes you feel better, go sit at Reliant Stadium and wait for the 4th and 3 to be replayed again.
    1 people high five this.
  7. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

    Casey
    Messages:
    24,546
    Moolah:
    $9,011
    got the lotto numbers this week too?
  8. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

    Martin
    Messages:
    26,657
    Moolah:
    $13,356
    I bet you've never made an apology before, have you Gunny? I bet- whenever you touched a hot object and it burned you- you just touched it again. Over and over. I mean- accepting that you made a mistake does nothing anyway, so what you originally did was ok and can be repeated. Damage done! Nothing changes!

    Right? You have a hard time comprehending simple logic. If someone does something stupid- you want to see a sign that they LEARNED from doing something stupid. Not "oh well. It's done. Who cares."
    If that's the type of guy you are, I wouldn't be surprised, but I expect more from someone that went to college and has a job that has a lot to do with psychology.
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page