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The Direction Of The Titans Organization

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by FightinTitan, Sep 11, 2006.

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  1. Overalls Starter

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    I agree and I don't think any MAN is going to try to lose. I didn't like it when it was said about the Texans last year and I don't think the Titans players would do it either.

    You have players playing for contracts, players playing for pride, and a coach that has been a winner and doesn't like to lose. Fisher has been said to be on the hotseat. Bud would be a fool to get rid of him and fisher would be a fool to coach his team to lose.
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    i dont see us trying to lose on purpose, we can still try and get a high draft pick, but there is no way we could get any more than 6 wins with volek..
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    No no no. I didn't say the guys were trying to lose. My meaning is they would rather lose with the best players on the field, knowing they gave it their best effort, than to be hamstrung by a coach of locker room politics.
  4. GLinks Titans on the Rise

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    Of course they would rather win, but it's easier to take solace in a loss knowing you gave it your all as a unit - with those that DESERVE to be on the field, than overpaid out of shape/step/sync backup QBs who just got here week before last.
  5. Overalls Starter

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    That's what I thought you meant.
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    I honestly dont understand what the titans are doing, I am just along for the ride.
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    and we will get fewer wins with VY because he will not be ready this season despite being thrown into the fire.
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    YPC is not everything.
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    He also had more first down conversions than Henry and setup a number of 2nd and short, where Henry didn't. What else are you going to judge a runningback on?
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    CB had a good day, except for tiring out after 16 carries according to Fisher

    Henry was effective despite the low ypc
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