Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by CJtheBeast, Dec 23, 2010.
What's your address?
1267 old williamsport pike
^Wow I think I know where that is surprisingly. Can you see the highway from your house?
I live in Chattanooga dude.
That's RollTide's address.
Isn't that what you were asking for?
Yes but since you answered I figured it was yours.
well, you can see US 43 from his house, but there's a lot of trees.
Jeff Fisher is, and frankly, I haven't had that big of a problem with the play calling. We're 14th in the league in scoring, and that's with two backup QBs playing the majority of the season.
You're a moron. Why haven't we had a rash of injuries on the offensive line then? They're facing heavy run fronts almost every down and we've had one guy get injured. I supposed they're not going hard enough to get worn down and tired though.
Cook is essentially a WR. I'd rather have Kenny Britt, Nate Washington and Damian Williams on the field than Cook lined up out wide. He's a mismatch in the passing game at tight end(physically), but outside he's just a big receiver with good speed instead of a small tight end with great speed.
VY threw two picks in ten attempts in that game and fumbled twice, why would you trust him to do anything against the Steelers?
At that time Floyd Reese had the final say in personnel decisions, that's why he's not here anymore. Jeff Fisher did not, and never has done the contracts for any players, that's now Mike Reinfeldt's job. You're really going to have to explain this one.
1. He's not the only one allowed to speak to the media. Players are interviewed on a daily basis.
2. If he were truly afraid of the players voicing their opinions he wouldn't allow media in to the locker room throughout the week. That's not a right the media has, it's a privilege given to them by the organization.
That's fine. Jeff Fisher apparently forgot how to coach when VY got here. Everything was good and dandy when he had a quarterback he knew was going to work his @** off and be in the game every week, then Bud forced VY on to this franchise.
It doesn't even matter which one of them stays for next year, because the one that does won't be here in 2012. Fisher stays and coaches a team with no quarterback and a talentless defense or VY stays with a new system and plays horribly because he's too special to figure it out in two months thanks to the lockout.
#23. He ran Steve McNair out of town.
It would honestly be impossible to keep Fisher after today. I'd probably just stop being a fan.
17 yrs with the team and only 6 winning seasons...should be all the reason u need to get rid of him
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