New Head Coach possibilities for next season?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by lilkhmerkid4u, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. TheSureThing

    TheSureThing WHY DIDNT YOU DRAFT JOHNNY FOOTBALL?!?

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    the thing is with Chip Kelly and any highly sought after College coach. They're going to wait for the ideal job to open up, a la Jim and John Harbaugh. And by no means is the Tennessee Titans Head Coaching spot the "ideal job"....
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  2. Don Johnson

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    Josh McDaniels, Chip Kelly, Pat Fitzgerald, Mike Gundy, John Gruden
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  3. Don Johnson

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    The funny thing is as much as you guys hated fisher and wanted him out, look who has the last laugh. The rams aren't as talented, were coming off a much worse season, and had the "terrible" Jeff Fisher as coach. Yet, they're 6-6-1 and are very much alive in the NFC wildcard race. And look at us lol, sitting pretty at 4-9. Be careful what you guys wish for. We're going to go through some shitty coaches before we find THE guy. Will we be the bills, browns, or maybe even the raiders? Who knows?
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  4. RollTide

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    I don't want a retread coach who already failed some other place. Josh Mcdaniels' teams in Denver were horrible. They could not stop anybody or run the ball. Not physical at all.
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  5. RollTide

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    Zimmer vs Fewell..

    I think Fewell is a solid defensive coach and certainly worth a look but we have to be honest that he has had elite talent to work with. An average coach can produce a good defense with those players and that is a great organization that has used a lot of draft capital on that side of the ball.

    Zimmer has done more with less. Especially when you consider the bad luck he had with injuries. He has brought in refugees that few people wanted like pacman and Nelson and got something out of them.
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  6. RollTide

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    Nobody mentioned anybody from Jim Harbaugh's staff which almost miraculously turned a scrub team into a super bowl contender.

    Greg Roman is the offensive coordinator who helped turn around Alex Smith's career and turned Vernon Davis into a super player. He built a great running game at Stanford and his offense rarely turns the ball over. He works well with young Qbs and his offense is physical.

    I absolutely do not want a spread college coach. It's a gimmicky offense that doesn't translate 100% to the nfl. Jake Locker is not a spread QB!
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  7. The Playmaker

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    I want someone that's good with QB's and knows how to install an offense. Defense I'm not too worried about, we're a couple solid players and a qualified DC away from being a top 12-15 defense. It's offense I'm worried about and that's mainly developing Locker and using the weapons we have effectively (getting CJ quality runs, Cook, Britt, Wright, Thompson?). If we can get someone to groom Locker into a good QB then I think we'll be set.
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  8. The Playmaker

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    Chip Kelly...seriously? He can't even win a big game in college how do you expect him to go against NFL defenses?
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  9. steverife

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    1) Fat Jeff Fisher.
    2) Crazy.
    3) Crazy.
    4) Out of the game forever.
    5) Out of the game forever.
    6) Out of the game forever.
    7) I like this one.

    At least you aren't saying Norv Turner for OC.
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  10. RollTide

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    I agree that's why Roman would be at the top of my list. He knows how to get the most out of a mobile QB. Even Alex Smith's mobility was used in a positive way.

    Bring in the right DC and draft well and we will be fine there.
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