The clean out their locker thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by rodgev, Oct 6, 2013.

  1. UrbanLegend3

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    I'm having trouble believing that a line coach no matter how bad can turn good linemen into bad linemen. The last few weeks I've watched our O-line get blown off the ball and just flat out miss blocks. I don't think they were coached to do that.
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  2. Two Kings

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    It's one thing to be great at your craft, but it's a completely different thing to teach that craft. So just because Munch was an amazing linemen doesn't mean those skills translate to being a coach. Maybe they can bring someone in to correctly coach the O line like they did Greg Williams for the D.
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  3. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith LET'S GO PREDATORS!!!!

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    u got a point. There are some basics that every vet OL knows.. like not getting blown the F up. You don't need a bunch of coaching to know that you don't want to get your butt beat, like Our OL does. Roos, Stewart, and Levitre didn't all of the sudden get coached into getting blown up. It just comes natural, baby.
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  4. Luke Smartwater

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    Alright. You want some cheese with that?
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  5. GoT

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    love cheese
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  6. Luke Smartwater

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    Fromunda cheese?
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  7. GoT

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    never heard of it

    aged cheddar is my favorite, that and blue cheese.

    Not a chesse queer or nothing, just like cheese
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  8. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    A good OL coach will help guide a rookie through the transition into the pro game. Warmack isn't effectively handling LB's at jumping gaps. He needs some teaching. It is unreasonable to expect a rookie of any talent level to know how to adjust their skills/performance to NFL caliber play without guidance.

    A good OL coach can diagnose what the OL deficiencies are and offer instruction. The problem(s) would be addressed and corrected. There shouldn't a progressive decline if the process of problem identification and instruction is correctly occurring.
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  9. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    So you think it's pure coincidence that the Texans' line went from terrible to great immediately after he left...

    and ours went from great to terrible immediately as he came?



    There's no excuse to have Roos, Levitre, and Warmack and your line is crap.
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  10. UrbanLegend3

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    Honestly, I'd be willing to say that most likely this is a coincidence. Since this has only happened once it is actually more unreasonable to say that this is not an isolated incident. If the offensive line plays better as the season goes on and well next year is more likely that he all of a sudden became an amazing coach or that the issue didn't lie with him in the first place?
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