Is tomorrow a must win?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 9, 2006.

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  1. KamikaZ

    KamikaZ Ex-Hall of Famer

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    I'll say this. If this team want's to grind there feet in the dirt and establish some sort of groundwork for a season of confidencce building, this is a MUST-WIN game. It's a perfect oppurtunity to gain some stability in the minds of the players before we hit a stretch of very skilled opponents. This is a crucial game, and Fisher had better have this team ready, or I'll have a big problem.
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  2. moose4now

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    Fish will have them ready. That'll be the least of their problems.

    As long as they don't turn the ball over "too much" (Kerry Collins), and are able to run the ball somewhat effectively they should be okay.
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  3. LazyManJackson

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    Honestly, if we don't win tomorrow, there is a strong possibility of going 0-6, we have to win!!!
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  4. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    Do you guys think that the national media gives Tennessee the shaft in general? I do. They ignore us, shun us, and when they do acknowledge us it is only to level a dis. The New York market is the largest in all of sports. They have a NFL team for each conference. Imagine what a big deal will be made of the Jets as "they right the ship"... If Tennessee wins no one will blink... point is, unless we want to be on the top half of primetime having our laundry aired on espn nationwide, we had best better win this damn game. There is no reason at all why we wouldn't have a fighting chance. They are every bit as weak as we are. Now, if you think all games are equal and they are all a must win, I've got news for you... THAT'S BULLCRAP! Don't sell yourself such a lie. This is a game by which the tone of the season could be set. What kind of mental block would the Tennessee Titans have going out on the road later in weeks 2 and 3 knowing they got their arses handed to them at home by a powder puff team led by a gimpy broke in half quarterback. The odds of the Titans winning in future weeks increases if they win this one. Otherwise the fight will be more uphill. It is absolute nonsense for one to take the position that each game is it's own bubble and that they do not run together. Have you ever heard of a loss after an emotional win? Honestly, I'm surprised there is something to debate in this thread.

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  5. LazyManJackson

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    Absolutely positivily spot on:thumb:
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  6. sbrlz2787

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    it is a must win !!
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  7. Bulluck

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    It's a must win considering the next 4 weeks
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  8. smili

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    It's telling that we're worried about beating the Jets. Outside of the Jets, the only other "have a good shot at" wins on the schedule are the Texans (twice) and the Bills.
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  9. avvie

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    Yeah, see, that way, all the pundits could talk about how the Titans were such a "great team"...like a schoolyard bully beating up the 98-pound weakling :rolleyes:
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  10. avvie

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    :lol2:

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    ( yeah, i know it's out of context, but....hehehe...HeeHeehEE...BWAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!)
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