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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by World Peace, Feb 23, 2011.
trash trashing trash.
That's trash calling the trash "trash."
CJ's fetal crump at the line was just as predictable as Loggains bad play calling. (Although I do agree with CJ's lament that we did NOTHING creative or unpredictable with our point of attack, misdirections, etc.)
I can't remember a single player that was successful after spending the entire offseason bad-mouthing his former team.
Dude is so f*cked... especially come week 15. We will break him.
He's only going to make our players and fans hate him more by opening his stupid sub-100 IQ mouth.
Nobody likes trash on trash crime.
The similarities to the situations are remarkable.
OMG, Munch coaching staff would be a godsend right now. I wish we could have a staff that competent.
Munch record is a tier above Mularkey.
Id rather strike out another 3 times than go back to a guy whos not even a .500 coach
But apparently this franchises owners love hovering around .500
I see that my 40+ "It sucks" were removed from the original post. Sorry that I was the only one who saw that... Just think about all of the coaches that have been hired in the NFL since 2011 - and think about the people who we've interviewed.
How is it that other teams get the cream of the crop coaches and we only get the scrub coaches to interview?
Is it money?
Is it reputation?
People used to say old man bud was the Al Davis of the East... I'm starting to think this franchise may not be able to shake that label.
The big change in this franchise was when we parted ways with Floyd Reese. When he left, we stopped getting good players, coaches, etc. If you think I'm wrong, prove me wrong. After Floyd Reese, this franchise took a nosedive, unfortunately.
.500 For Mularkey is Superbowl type success for other head coaches.
yea but if you dont have it you usually never will
its a known fact Munchak wont be delivering us any Super Bowls
Mularkey either but our owners are retards so they get to learn this the hard way (again)