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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by 520, Jan 14, 2021.
He actually said about both guys. Guess he ran out of cool quotes...
It is just really strange to me that people think the success is related to a base formation that we use like 20% of the time and not talent and execution.
A guy who can maximize results with the players he has is the key. As you said, we run multiple fronts so a lock in to any particular scheme is the wrong focus. We also need a talent upgrade. We need picks 1-3 going defense, defense, defense.
Ah! Makes sense. He was not a man of many words...
Any word on OC in Atlanta?
Dave Ragone is a favorite to join Art either as OC or in some offensive capacity with Arthur calling the plays.
They've worked together before with the Titans.
It sounds like Dave Ragone could become Falcons' new offensive coordinator
I think this goes with the frustrations of what front worked?
I can't think that the talent level dropped off that much from 2 years ago, to last year, to this year.
Failing with multiple fronts seems like all the more reason to try succeeding at least at 1 front. Offenses do something similar with a struggling QB (could be talent, could be execution), they start shrinking the playbook.
I know it's been suggested about switching back to 4-3. I don't know who else is on the same page, that I really don't care as long as something improves. I just know that I've seen success in Tennessee using a 4-3 front. I have yet (in about 10 years) seen a successful defense with the 3-4 front with the exception of 2 years ago, and that was secondary success, not front 7 success.
We have had success on Defense due to the talent and coaching. We get a REAL DC and get the best EDGE or DL available with our first pick and hope for the best. Honestly I wish we could get a overhaul on the whole defensive coaching staff.
I think we learned the hard way. If you don't have the right guys, a 3-4 is worthless.