Why did we sign Shonn Greene? I'm curious, because the explanation we got from his signing was to wear down the opposing defense and pickup the tough 3rd and short yardage correct? On the safety in the fourth quarter, at our 1 yard line Greene is in the backfield. (7:56 on the clock 2nd and 10) Instead of us running out of this situation we throw a 1-yard pass to him. Are you serious? (Why yes, I am.) We threw a 1-yard pass to our 230 pound bruiser out of the backfield. The result of this: A safety (Warmack was called for holding on a pass play from our 1-yard line with a 230 pound bruiser in the backfield). Let's replay this situation: (8:15 on the clock, 1st and 10 on the 1) Now let's imagine we run to get out of our end zone and we get a first down (I know, just imagine), we are at the 10 yard line but go 3 and out, so we punt. We have ran off maybe two and a half to three minutes off of the clock (5:45 minute mark, give or take 25 seconds), but the game is still 20-13. They were abysmal on offense, so they probably punt back to us at the 3:50 mark (give or take 25 seconds). We still have two timeouts plus the two minute warning. We're in a better situation to pull this game out. My point is why not run the ball out to give yourself some breathing room or throw the ball deep (like Kansas City did against us when we couldn't get in the end zone from 1-yard out). Now I know they attempted a deep pass on first down but lets be honest we don't have a receiver that scares anyone with their deep speed so it was a futile attempt. How about throwing the deep pass to your 6ft 4in. receiver with the 40 inch vertical like earlier in the game? These are the decisions regarding personnel that drive me crazy as a fan. We run 4 verticals and our TE with 4.4 speed gets behind the linebacker (that can't cover him and we score our first touchdown). Funny how that works. Their WR's can't get behind our secondary, so instead of making life hell for Henne by playing man we go back to our soft 7-10 yards off the receiver zone. They proceed to attack the mid of the F_#kin wide open field. These are the decisions that make me not want the coaching staff back. I agree the Titans thought they could step on the field and Jacksonville was going to fold like a chair. But, in order for the chair to fold you have to kick the leg first. The coaching staff thought this was a cakewalk also, so they eased up and allowed a winless team to come in our stadium and walk away with their first victory. Alright, I got it off my chest. When they win, Thursday night I will be back to normal. So please, just bare with me.