Munch: "I ain't changin' chit"

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Zappa71

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    Wow, rain on my parade.
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  2. TitanJeff

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    There are plenty as has been mentioned here numerous times.

    And what about other professional sports? I wonder how the Bulls and Lakers managed to win all those rings with such a low-key coach. Maybe it's because the players were talented and professional?

    I can see criticism of Munch for the coordinators he hires, scheme and personnel but people are reaching when they blame his sideline demeanor for Griffin whiffing or the OL sucking.

    BTW, was his sideline demeanor good for nine games last season and bad for seven? ;)
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  3. GoT

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    clueless for 16.

    Gotta admit he appeared too be just a spectator when he was miked up.
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  4. TitanJeff

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    And the OL appears to be capable of blocking someone. Appearances can be misleading.

    Why didn't this same demeanor not translate to a horrible OL all those years he coached that unit?
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  5. Joe Blaque

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    Maybe we are looking at the wrong coach.

    Perhaps the problem in all of this is Palmer.

    The offensive line sure doesn't like his system. As a unit they have under performed for the past 18 games.
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  6. GoT

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    It wasnt a complaint as much as an observation.
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  7. TitanJeff

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    Here's where I get on Munch. In his first press conference, he said "Be a pro. Do your job". He talked about accountability. It was refreshing but I don't see it much in action. Maybe he's doing it "behind closed doors" but, if we continue to see the same mistakes, made by the same players, he has to back up his talk with action if he wants anyone to take him seriously.

    When Hawkins went in for Reynaud, I wondered if that was the result of a few bad decisions on kickoff returns and Munch was holding him accountable. But he's got to be willing to try other players on the OL, cutting CJ's reps, getting Griffin back to FS, etc.
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    Another worthless thread about a quote that was never said.

    One poster even wants Eddie Gorge to coach the rbs. Dude star players rarely make good coaches! See our offensive line.

    As far as emotion is concerned we would have to watch Munch at the meetings and practices. How is he at camp? I used to go all the time but my hours have changed and i didn't this year or last. How is Munch at camp? Hands on, some emotion or just a statue?
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  9. bikini_titan

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    For sure, people need to get fired up. Coach's expressions never changed the whole game!
    COME ON MAN!
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  10. titanbuoy

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