Schwartzie update

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Nov 16, 2006.

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  1. avvie

    avvie It's another cold day in Hell Tip Jar Donor

    Yep...backed into a corner and trying to "prevent".
  2. Architect

    Architect Pain Train


    Well alot of people are calling for fishers head (even though I think its schwartz and reese that need to go) and i really cant see any other HC be embrassed in TN as much as GW.
  3. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro

    It's not style..

    It's rather preparation, situations and good game planning and knowing when to take chances. Schwartz isn't a bad DC only because he doesn't play ultra aggressive. George allen was never an agressive coach but had great defenses. Bud grant's viking defenses in the late 60s and 70s was even more conservative. Tony dungy uses a conservative approach and despite very ordinary talent his teams have averaged 13th in scoring defense at indy. That includes this season.

    We are not just bad all around but look at our situational adjustments. Woolfolk comes in for one play in the red zone and is left alone on a hall of fame WR. Why? One play and that was the game!

    Did we actually get the answer to why clayton was wide open sunday? Did they just assume that mcnair couldn't throw deep? Nice one.

    And of course we play guys who are not getting it done and are doggadly stubborn to bring in our young guys when we have nothing to lose..

    Fisher is the point man he has let this defense crumble and seems to do nothing about it. Maybe our heroic head coach should be calling the defenses in the red zone instead of sitting on his butt.
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