Alan Lowry..... Fired

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by fonzerrillii23, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

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    Lowery should have left when fishface left

    I dont wish AL ill, and I am sure there are things I dont know about available personel ect, but other than the occasional trick play the Titans are routinely bested in ST play
  2. GOFIGURETITANS

    GOFIGURETITANS Don't Do Stupid Sh't !

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    Got a pic?
  3. GOFIGURETITANS

    GOFIGURETITANS Don't Do Stupid Sh't !

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    I have figured this whole mess out. It is "Survivor Nashville". They must have gone to tribal council last night and Lowry got blindsided. Damn I usually love blindsides.
    survivor nashville.jpg
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  4. GoT

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    H5 for the mad skillz
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  5. DocParty

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    Well I'd be interested in how many NFL rings the 'butt-munch' head coach has in his career as of today.
    Off my head I can remember Alan, 3 years straight winning the NFC Championship, while at San Fran, this after winning the division those same 3 years. Plus a super bowl at San Fran as well. There is at least 7 rings just at San Fran.
    Then AFC Championship and another showing in the super bowl with the Titans.
    What are we up to, 10?
    You can't take a guy that started coaching in 1974, now it's 2013, (39 years) and just replace him and expect all of that knowledge to have been left around the field house for his heir to take up the reins. It was a foolish mistake and you'll see this coming year I'm hoping.
    I'll be back either way. To say I told you so or to eat crow.
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    I agree, that's well done. Munch and Gray definitely have an alliance going on. They asked Greg Williams to join, and he did, but you can't trust anybody in this game....watch out Greg.
  7. Passepartout

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    Hate it he had to go. But he will land elsewhere! Want to bet!
  8. 520

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    by your logic no old veteran should ever be replaced at his job cuz his past was good....I don't just mean in football im saying big picture...and its not like any of those teams would of been that much worse with a different s.t. coach....he didn't make joe Montana steve young and jerry rice great....he didn't make mcnair George kearse and dyson...he did get the miracle in music city so thats cool
  9. GrandMajesty1

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    It's is a very abundant fact in this day and age, regarding the NFL as the most "popular sports league" in this country and almost the entire world (next to soccer), and now as a business....

    Yes, it is more of a business meets business type of coach and athlete...however, in the grand scheme of conducting the proper business as a sports organization, making smart and concise decisions are the most important factor toward any level of success toward "winning" both on the field and financially...This does not excuse poor management and coaching when it comes to an organization that could've had several of it's fans buying the tickets and apparel to make "better" decisions than what the Tennessee Titan coaching staff and front office have done to date...this very much includes the "firing and dismal" of several key athletes and coaches throughout the years the could've and should've stayed put...
  10. ColtKiller

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    You say that like palmer didn't suck....
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