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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Sonic28, Jan 4, 2014.
If true, then I say Munch acted the fool. Nothing new there. So glad to see him go!!!
Casey Brown @CaseyBrownMT 15m
@PaulKuharskyNFL Bisaccia's son is a rising sophomore DB at MTSU, FWIW.
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I really doubt that Ruston's mind was made up. He was given a chance to stay if he made changes. We all thought he'd willing to make those changes as did Webster. Webster looked almost shocked that Munch is gone. They went above and beyond in an effort to help him keep the job or soften the blow and Mike decided to go another direction. He got exceptionally fair treatment.
#Titans Webster: In this job you keep a list all of the time to be ready. It's a handful.
Munch was 100 percent correct in supporting keeping Loggains. The knock on Loggains form the front office is beyond retarded.
Mark Howard @MHOWARDZONE 15m
To clarify, I was told Munchak's resignation was more about his refusal to fire OC Dowell Loggains than anything else
If I wanted to follow Twitter, I would have signed up for twitter, not gotitans.com .
GTFO, who cares how I spell his name... you understood obviously and never say never
I think if the Titans fired Munchak because they were unhappy with the offense and want to move to a run first offense, Greg Roman would have to be their top choice.
I wonder if he would have fired the other guys? If not, he would've been fired anyway. Loggains is being used as the scape goat for both parties.