All of you idiotic Fisher defenders...

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by HeadOnASwivel, Oct 3, 2010.

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  1. Pacman 4 HoF

    Pacman 4 HoF Special Teams Standout

    Mike vick is what vy dreams of becoming. He's a top 5 talent in the league at any position. Some times I just fantasize about vick and cj on the titans and fisher getting fired
  2. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x The Real Slim Shady

    And pac-man too?
  3. CRUDS

    CRUDS Totally Awesome Sweet Alabama Liquid Snake Staff

    Ya don't say... :flush:
  4. CheeseheadTitan

    CheeseheadTitan Pro Bowler Tip Jar Donor

    Woof woof...

    Vick has a couple of good games before anyone has had the chance to gameplan for him, and he is suddenly the second coming of Christ??? Give me a break.

    His injury yesterday did remind me of McNair's sternum injury though...thankfully just rib cartilage.
  5. Aday25

    Aday25 TITANSDAY

    :rolleyes: At least LSU won. I'm a Vols fan and losing in that fashion is not too fun so be greatful your not watch two bad teams every week!
  6. Aday25

    Aday25 TITANSDAY

    At least no one is blaming this loss on VY. I actually thought he did all he could with the plays given to him. I think Fisher doesn't want to lose any control of this ball club so he plays the game his way. The players have to conform to his style of football and he doesn't conform all that much to their talents.

    CJ is a great player but when the Defense knows that he's getting the ball I don't care how good a RB you are your not going to get many yards against even a decent defense. Vy was throwing the ball extremely well and was making plays but when the defense knows he's going to pass on third down or not at all its easy to gameplan against.

    I like Fisher as a person but he's falling behind the times. He's style does work anymore against these highpowered passing offenses. You can have a run oriented team but you still have to score enough points to be sure that that highpowered offense doesn't win it with an easy drive in the fourth. Fisherball only works when facing "similar" run first teams. But guess what, fewer and fewer of those teams exist. 4 points is not a lead to sit on. I wish we had been more aggressive in the fourth with the playcalling.

    Mistakes happen is every ball game. But unfortunatly in Fisherball the smallest mistake can be detrimental and you lose the game. Mariani's fumble was huge because Fisher hadn't been agressive enough in the fourth. (I'll give the kid a break because without his KO Return for a TD we don't even have a chance at the end and he was the only offense in the second half) Instead of just a field goal to tie the game it would now take a TD. Even the miss field goal earlier in the game has huge consequences later on. If we had made the field goal and Mariani's fumble had still occured we'd be only down by a field goal with about half a min to go. Which if you remember right before halftime we kicked a 55 yard field goal and it only took something like 20 seconds on the drive. Even Chris hopes pass interferance penalty has major implacations because our margin for error was so small (and up to that point are Defense was playing some inspired football despite being put in bad situatiuons.)

    I've all ways been on the fence with Fisher. But sunday made me realize we need a new style of thinking. Fisherball isn't working.
  7. Aday25

    Aday25 TITANSDAY

    Wow never thought criminals who get caught are all that smart.
  8. Aday25

    Aday25 TITANSDAY

    Completely agree. Not to mention there was still a lot of time on the clock. It would be differant it there was closer to 2 min left. But If I remember correctly there was over 4 min left! We would have had to get many more first downs then just one to run out the clock and four straight running plays won't cut it. With Denver's offense you don't play conservative with only a four point lead. Especially when Denver knows thats what you want to do. They were loading up the box daring Fisher to air it out and Fisher chickened out. Just because running the ball is what you want to do doesn't always make it the right thing to do. Our defense deserved better then that. They really were the ones who kept us in the game and held off Denver as long as they could.
  9. lateknight

    lateknight Master Opinionist

    The difference there would have been McNair would have sucked wind on the sidelines then he would have told them to wrap his middle with a tight ace bandage and went back in the game. But alas, We are blessed with the warrior no more. Those type of players are few and very far between.

    To return to the original subject, I have been an apologist for Fisher before but these last two seasons have made that part of me fade. His decision making in games absolutely sucks. If he ever comes out and says dinger has full control, then dinger needs to go. We need a coach that has warrior mentality not survival mentality. Play to crush opponents willpower not keep it close and win by the fieldgoal. These offensive gameplans we are witnessing are complete garbage. If either of those coaches have trust issues with young all they need to do is watch the end of that ballgame. He put a ball right into britt's chest and then turned around and hit him in stride between two tight defenders which britt also dropped. What I'm saying is if they would have let him go then he could've definitely set us up early to salt the game away. Give this guy a variety of patterns to hit instead of everybody short or everybody deep. It's atrocious.
  10. Titan_Cam

    Titan_Cam Camp Fodder

    Check out Finnegan and Hope postgame on

    I think the defense is going to get tired of carrying this team pretty soon, if the offense doesn't turn things around. Not saying they would cause disruption on the team. But these guys are plenty aware they are carrying this squad right now.

    Check out Nate Washington Postgame interview too.... hmmmmm what do you think he really thought of the gameplan?
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