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  1. TitanJeff

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    The same reason Chow is still with the franchise?
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  2. Brian

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    ouch
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  3. Jwill1919

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    I'll give Chow a break because he has a very, very, very green QB PROJECT in Vince. Clearly you can all see that Vince is some time away. His legs don't look as good as they did against college opponents do they? And he still hasn't proven to anyone that he can throw the ball consistently.
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  4. PitBull

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    the presence of schwartz & absence of haynesworth is affecting this d more than anything. TN needs to get rid of schwartz and sign a couple of vets on d next season or we will be facing another losing season next year continuing to post threads about how bad we suck. Defense wins games.. yet unfortunately our defense is being run by a lunatic coordinator.
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  5. TitanJeff

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    And Schwartz has a very, very, very green project in Pacman. Shouldn't a shut down corner get a little extra time as well?

    I'm being a little sarcastic here but I continue to see Schwartz on the hot seat (as he should be) yet Chow is given a pass.

    His offense was inferior last year. It was inferior under Collins. And, guess what, it remains inferior.

    It will remain inferior until he can run the football consistently.

    If I am the owner of this team, I make running the football the #1 priority of anything this offseason. Screw drafting a WR. I say goodbye to Piller, Mawae and Olson and buy the best OL money can assemble.

    If I have any money left over, I do it on the other side of the football on the DL.
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  6. PitBull

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    Why care so much about offense when the team is eating 30/40 points per game from opponents. Even if we had the best offense in the league we would still lose most of our games thanks to the defense's inability to secure its goal line.

    edit: typo
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  7. TitanJeff

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    Teams don't score 30/40 points without the football.
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  8. PitBull

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    thanks to the defense's inability to cause turnovers..
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  9. Childress79

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    Eh? Like when has he put them to use to for you to question in this way.

    Gee his 19yd TD run against the Colts & him outpacing Mathis on sunday to save a TD looked real shabby by NFL standards.
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  10. super_titan

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    Chow is just in his 2nd year with a rookie QB. Schwartz has been DC for how long, 5 yrs? He is yet to put even a average Defense on the field.

    And the 03 D that was #1 against the run can be credited to Dinger for putting up points early and often.
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