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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Broken Arrow, Sep 20, 2022.
That is all.
I'm not sure the Marketing Grad running their social media is in charge of team personnel decisions. But I agree with the sentiment.
I think one of Vrabel or JRob also need to go for allowing this offence to happen.
JRob and Downing would be my vote
The Titans have had a winning record in every season that Robinson has been general manager, and the team has made four playoff appearances. He helped rebuild this franchise when it finally rock bottomed. He will get a chance to rebuild the team again.
Despite some of his questionable decisions in recent offseasons, his seat isn't even remotely warm.
You are probably right (because ownership is fairly incompetent), but that just means a lot more losing is probably coming. This roster is among the worst in the NFL. There hasn't been any GM this century with a list of first-round draft busts as ugly as Jon Robinson's.
Where did you get that info, just curious how other teams look in comparison
I think public shaming is also in order.
This particular screencap is just off Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Tennessee_Titans_first-round_draft_picks
But lists of teams' draft picks by year are not hard to find. And I can assure you that no GM has as many major busts in the 1st round as JRob. Some teams do, but they usually have multiple GMs over that stretch. Somehow JRob has kept his job.
JRob is an average, maybe slightly above, GM.
He had blown more 1st and 2nds than he should’ve , but he rolls the dice. He’s hit on more mid and late rounders and found some UDFAs.
he’s not done well with free agency. That has really hurt us.
What's so bad about this list is the second best player he drafted, he let walk. That decision has resulted in other failed picks trying to replace him (Conklin). If we keep Conklin, Panda and Radunz likely aren't on the team. I fear the same thing is going to happen when trying to replace AJ.
It shouldn't be this hard. Keep the good players. Let the bad ones go.