Mort says Fisher out.

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big Time Titan, Dec 27, 2010.

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  1. amy

    amy Starter

    You know, this argument has gone on for days now. The thing is, we DO NOT KNOW WHAT HAS GONE ON. We have no idea what has transpired since Vince showed up except what has been played out in the press, and it is almost a certainty that what we know, or think we know, is a minute part of all that has happened between them. It's useless to continue this silliness. It's going to play out and some are going to be happy, some mad, some sad. So be it.
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  2. 24

    24 Starter

    For all those people who still think coaches will be willing to coach VY, Michael Lombardi expresses what I think is the common sentiment among potential head coaches. I'm calling you out Titanite, CJtheBeast, and TJFish.

    "A showdown is scheduled in Nashville between Fisher and quarterback Vince Young. If Fisher loses, what coach in the NFL would actually want to coach Young?"
  3. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

    The answer:

    Any coach that doesn't mind a winning record... though a ballsack may be needed.
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  4. That Guy

    That Guy Rookie

    Regardless of what side of the fence some of us might be on, there is no doubt about it; everyone wants what best for the Titans!

    We all want a championship regardless of who the HC & QB is!
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  5. Fishman35

    Fishman35 Starter

    Mort's head comes to a point.
  6. Riverman

    Riverman That may be.... Tip Jar Donor

    They both must go. Unify the fanbase and the team. The franchise is more important then either one of them.
  7. 4realz

    4realz Camp Fodder

    Wow Creepy, you take my words of neglect of his QB, and not willing to coach him up to build confidence, and not actually wanting him on the team to your words of kidnapping, hostage taking, and attempted murder of locking someone in a tiny little closet to starve to death. That's a far stretch from what I typed. But I see you tend to do that a lot around here.

    So are you going to sit there and type with a serious face that Fisher has even tried a little bit to help his QB be successful in the NFL? If you really think that then you just have personal feeling that even a superbowl with VY won't change.
  8. 4realz

    4realz Camp Fodder

    We actually know half of what's going on if it's true or not from Jeff Fisher. He has never shied away from leaking to the media what he wants out there. These media reporters don't just make stuff up. Someone has to leak it if true or not and if it's not Fisher doing it, Fisher would want to know who is and this would be a huge issue.
  9. Psychop1

    Psychop1 Big Tee

    So now you want me to give a damn about his opinion and yours?

    Jeff Fisher just milked this franchise for 17 years, and did nothing. I can't think of why an up and coming coach would want job security and a team that's talented skill-wise, but just needs direction. :rolleyes:
  10. CheeseheadTitan

    CheeseheadTitan Pro Bowler Tip Jar Donor

    Hey 24, just give this up. Yesterday, after giving my 4th different analogy to fit yet another ridiculous argument not addressing my point, I gave up. Like Amy said earlier, these guys just do not want to get this, and no amount of logic or debating will change that.

    We can revisit this later, if Fisher is fired, if VY is kept, and when the scenario actually does play out. I truly hope that both go, and we do not have to watch the fiasco that will follow if Fisher goes and VY stays, or worse, if they both stay.
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