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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Dec 2, 2013.
Either, as long as it isn't Caldwell.
How is Whisenhunt's personnel acumen of he thinks that Kevin Kolb is a franchise QB? He had to have agreed to the trade that brought Kolb there. What about acquiring a washed up Edgerrin James?
Lucky Kurt Warner was already there when he got the job.
This actually makes a good point. We're all assuming that Webster is waiting on Quinn/whoever, but it could just as well be we've already made one or more offers and the coaches are weighing their options, since it seems to be a sellers market.
I am happy with either/or. Both better than Munchak, and can get us over the hump, into the playoffs.
So us scoring 30 points a game would win right? Is my math right there? Smartass!
We had a good defense that kept us in games all year even against the Seahawks at home, it was our lackluster offense that kept the Titans from winning games.
Whisenhunt is not better than Munch....
Many coaches in this day and age don't think in 4-3/3-4 terms. Everybody has multiple fronts and personnel packages, it's really more a question of what players you want on the field.
I had the same thought when I saw the article. Almost wrote Glennon to point it out.
I'm not saying I want Wisenhunt, I am saying I want an offensive minded head coach. I would interview the OCs from Seattle and San Fransisco.
I think I'd rather have a new, fresh look, over someone who failed so horribly in his last stint as a head coach. Experience is only worth so much.. (not much)
The harbaughs have been doing just fine without much NFL HC experience.