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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Sep 10, 2023.
All good to great NFL HCs are stubborn. They aren’t weak.
A pass for what? He is a very good HC. He would have a job in 30 seconds and we would be laughed at. He loses the team and they go in the tank on him. Then maybe. But Vrabel isn’t on the hot seat. Warm, sure. But not hot.
ownership made it clear where they thought the blame was at
cant say I disagree.
JR did some good things... early. Not so much lately
is what it is
And had he won with the Raiders I would give him credit. But he won with a defensive team he didn’t build and failed to do anything after that. Only 3 winning seasons and 2 POs in 6 years.
I don’t just look at numbers, I look at the product on the field. We’ve had the luxury of a weak division to bloat our numbers but we have had the same fundamental issues on both offense and defense (and some would say injuries) since Vrabel took over. Bringing Schwartz in seemed to elevate the D a little, we’ll see if it holds now that he is gone, and of course we can hope that Kelly improves the offense but that still doesn’t excuse Vrabel from taking too long to ditch Downing (or worse the fact that it’s how he wants the offense to run).
The difference between 2017 and 2019 was that the GM, you know the one we just sacked, acquired Tannehill, Henry, AJ Brown, Simmons, Saffold, Davis and Landry. That was a huge talent haul in 2 years.
So unless they win the SB, no credit, bum coach.
Hope you call out jeff fisher as a total bum and nothing less. Better do the same with Vrabel. just getting to the SB doesn’t deserve any respect for the coach.
youre outlook is pretty brutal. 95% of coaches are bums then. Better not defend any other coach that never won a SB.
So basically you support speculation over facts.
I see Vrabel at this point as essentially Rex Ryan2.0. Rex lost the AFC championship in his first two seasons as head coach of the Jets, and it fell apart shortly after.
Huh? Vrabel's record with the Titans is 48-34, a .585 winning percentage.
Mike Vrabel - Wikipedia