Frustration Building in Titans Locker Room

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, Sep 19, 2006.

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  1. rock8titans

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    Miami looks awful..but I bet they look great Sunday and have a breakout game, nothing like turning things around by playing a joke of a team like the Titans.
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  2. rock8titans

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    Speaking of Fantasy.. there's a solid pick for you NFL Fantasy Nutjobs... I hope somebody picked up KFC. That's Money.
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  3. fltitan

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    It now looks like the plan all along may have been to get by these tough early games with Volek , Collins or whoever and get VY ready to start the week after the bye or against the Texans. Did anyone really believe we could win any of these 1st games other than the Jets so it looks like Fisher knows his job is safe and is just getting ready for next year. If this was the case it may have explained BV's problem. At least I hope someone had a plan that caused this mess.
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  4. Gunny

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    No he plays for Miami.:rolleyes:

    Its just so sad you have to try and get personal when you have nothing else to say. :rolleyes:
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  5. The Mrs

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    O.K., people, remember that Jeff has no real say in the hiring and firing of the players. He can strongly suggest, but he is not the GM, therefore he doesn't have the final say.

    Jeff also doesn't have to sabatoge this season to get out of the contract and in fact, could actually call a press conference and step down as head coach and walk away at any time. He would have some money and contract issues that a competent lawyer/agent could work out with Bud Adams, but he could walk away. It would not be in Jeff's best interest to knowingly blow a seaon if he wanted to ever work as a head coach again.

    The very people who are a part of this team are saying things like, "we were not prepared, the offense didn't make enough plays, etc." There is dissention in the locker room and nothing can fix that except a calm presence from the top. Even with player only meetings, there will continue to be dissention. Even if the Titans pull out a win in Miami, there will still be dissention. Miami isn't exactly a win to get excited about, the players admit that. However, if they lose in Miami, Jeff will truly have lost the confidence and support of his team.
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  6. SupDawg

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    Elf,

    He does have a say so in personel matters.
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  7. mdfan

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    The oddsmakers have the Titans 11 point underdogs against Miami
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  8. Broken Record

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    Check me on this, but I believe Fisher is the second longest tenured coach in the NFL, and you're telling me he doesn't have much pull regarding personnel decisions? Is our front office truly that broken?
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  9. GoT

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    No way Titans win in Miami, unless Culpepper plays down to KFCs level. Titans only chance at victory is if Culpepper has multiple red zone turnovers combined with 100+ yards of Titan rushing. Even then with Hill escorting WRs downfield 15 yards a pop the Titans are assured of nothing.
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  10. Gunny

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    It wouldn't surprise me, Culpepper is capable of doing that.
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