Mike Munchak Approval Poll

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SawdustMan, Oct 30, 2012.

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Munch: Approve or Disapprove?

  1. Approve

    18.0%
  2. Disapprove

    82.0%
  1. SawdustMan

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    But don't you at least see that I could say the same thing about your comments? I never said you or anyone thought "Munch is da awesome keeps him foreverzzzzzzzzzzz!". Or that not being in favor of firing him today makes you HUGE Munch supporters. Those are just as much "blatant lies" as anything I've said in this thread. The difference is I can recognize, and accept, when someone is merely exaggerating for effect.

    Of course I don't really believe that you or anyone else actually thinks a head coach does nothing and has zero effect on the game. I was just saying that because every knock on Munch that's been put forth has been excused by "his players" or "his coaches".

    Alright then. But it was hardly silly for me to assuming you were talking to ME since you where directly quoting and replying to ME.

    I've got the middle TN alcy part covered. Not ready to blow that kind of money on season tix though.

    I honestly wish I could "shrug it off" like that. I can shrug it off when I'm watching at home. But if I drive 30 mins (not counting stadium traffic), pay $15-20 to park, pay $10/beer, plus ticket cost, gas money, etc.... just to see a 51-20 pummeling where we don't even look like a professional team. I get pissed and feel gypped. I can accept it if I just bought a single game ticket. But if I had season tix and paid up front to watch this garbage for the rest of the year I'd be furious. And again, I could put up with bad play and bad losses as long as I felt the team was headed in the right direction. I do not.

    My friend who went to the game said the fans around him were awful and some of the most annoying he's ever encountered. I guess everyone has their bad fans though.
  2. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Time for heads to roll. EVERYONE needs to be held accountable.

    Cut Griffin, Mouton, and Hasselbeck today. Fire everyone but Lowry. Doesn't matter who's coaching at this point.

    Just tank the season. Get the BPA in the draft... preferably OL or DL.
  3. JCBRAVE

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    Ok, now after you come back to Earth and realize we gain nothing by doing any of that, I want you to seriously find a solution for those 3. All of our safetys suck, and Tommie Campbell is a loose canon, you can't really think he can play the nickle yet can you..?

    Jake has to get back ASAP.
  4. RavensShallBurn

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    Lol... Obviously I'm overreacting a bit, but if I were our coach, Griffin would be asked to pack his bags today and take his guaranteed money and shove it up his ass.

    Hasselbeck should just retire. I started Rusty chants in the 1st quarter.
  5. JCBRAVE

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    I'd actually rather see Rusty next week if Jake is still out.

    Hass gets rattled and it shows, theres no coming back from that. Thats what killed old man Collins.
  6. JCBRAVE

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    For the record I just now voted "disapprove" on the poll. I was waiting for this game to see where we're at.

    We sucked yesterday more than ever. But I'd still give Munch next year to work things out for himself, I'm not yet at that point of no return where I want his head on my wall to shoot darts at.
  7. SawdustMan

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    Yeah, unfortunately we just have to stick with what we have for the rest of the season. Aside from Gray, I'd be fine firing him right now because I literally don't see how we could get much worse. And he of all people has no leg to stand on in his defense.

    But the rest of the staff and players have to finish out the season. However, you certainly can bench players who are constantly F'ing up and underperforming.
  8. TitansWillWin2

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    If you care about winning then we should start hass. If you dont care and hope to lose so we can get a better draft pick next year, then we go with Rusty.

    Im still sticking to what I said earlier this year. MM is using Locker's injury as a scapegoat to save his sorry ass in case the season tanks. That way he can fall back on Locker being hurt as an excuse to give to Adams!
  9. JCBRAVE

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    After seeing Hasselbeck yesterday, I am done with him. Yea he'll do alright vs bad and average teams, but vs the big boys he's not getting it done, not even close. The ship has set sail, all the Hass fans better jump off before they go down with it and drown.

    And I know it's not just him that cost us a game, but it starts with him and he's just a lame duck sitting there.
  10. SawdustMan

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    Kind of like our entire team?
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