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If Munch Isn't Fired -- what do you do?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, Dec 22, 2013.

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If Much is not fired and is HC in 2014 do you want the team to lose?

Yes 7 vote(s) 16.3%
No 36 vote(s) 83.7%
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  1. RollTide Pro Bowler

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    How is he an *******? And he won't be paid that kind of money for us.
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  2. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

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    How would we get him then if we dont pick up the tab on his contract?

    Are you suggesting he'll be cut by Dallas?
  3. RollTide Pro Bowler

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    I think it is a possibility.
  4. titan520 Starter

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    boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
  5. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

    Casey
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    Even after JUST giving him a $120M extension?
  6. bassplyr Starter

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    I think the most significant change whether Munchak stays or goes is the direction and identity of the offense. The Titans have proven they are not a running team. Further, why would you want to be with the rules and talent pool favoring the pass. our best offensive weapons are our WRs. If a coach or OC can't see that and capitalize on it, then therein lies the problem.

    My sense is the whole organization is still trying to re-create the super bowl team of 1999. Have been for the past 14 years. Even if you succeed in having an effective run game, while it might get you to the playoffs, it won't get you very far.

    If Munchak stays, then Loggains should go. Defense another day.
  7. RollTide Pro Bowler

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    Romo is better than what we have at QB. People are trying to blame him for the cowboys problems this year which is idiotic but perceptions can be good for us.

    Which statistic suggests that Romo is not qualified to be our QB his 31 Tds this year or his 10 ints? The cowboys have the worst defense in the nfl that is not his fault. He was blamed for the loss against the Broncos because he threw an int AFTER putting 48 points on the board.

    Look at where the cowboys rank every year in scoring offense.
  8. JCBRAVE Welcome to my world, now sit down and listen up

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    If you add just about any 230lb RB, we can be the bruiser team we seem to want to be. Dump CJ, use that money on Ben Tate. Hell even Jackie Battle can stay.
  9. Big Time Titan Big Time Titan

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    He'd still look like a total f@goli There is not a single player in this league that I hate more than Tony Romo. I agree with you that he is NOT the reason the cowboys suck this year BUT he is still the master of all choke artists.
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  10. bassplyr Starter

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    Add any running back you want, but what teams are prospering being run first teams? Vikings? It's time to get the Titans into this century and start looking for talent - players and coaches, that can begin to approach the Packers, Patriots, Seattle, 49ers, etc. No organization is going to come close to a SB by only putting up 23 points/game regardless of how good your defense is.

    The Titans ability to finish games is directly related to how long they stick with the running game. The Charger win was a last second pass as were most of the other wins this year.. The close losses were mainly about successive 3 and outs where we run the first two downs then have 3rd and long, time after time.

    The rules now dictate soft defense so the only effective offensive strategy is out score your opponent on every possession. Look at yesterday's game, the Titans were still terrible in the red zone, settling for field goals throughout the first half. Any other team, outside the AFC South would have been leading at the half by 20 points.

    Unless the philosophy changes, the Titans will continue to run - all the way to 8-8 next year. Apparently improving by one game a year is the definition of success.
    Riverman and Big Time Titan high five this.

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