Mike Mularkey and Cam Cameron..

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RollTide, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. SlidePiece

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    What's factual is the offensive and defensive production this team put forth this year. It was bad from week 1-17, injuries or no injuries.
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  2. Titans Eternal

    Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    Why can't we pay that old mfer to be our OC? Does he not wish to tarnish his good name serving as OC for one of the most defunct teams in the league?
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  3. SawdustMan

    SawdustMan Pro Bowler Tip Jar Donor

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    All fair enough points. But you have to admit, it's very disconcerting that the longer Munchak had his hands on this team it has done nothing but get worse in every facet. It's one thing to put up with some growing pains. It's an entirely different story to be getting routinely blown out by 20+ points in year 2.

    We look to be headed in the wrong direction and there are no signs of things getting better anytime soon. That's why people are calling for Munch's head. Not because we aren't SB contenders 2 years in. If you replaced some of those blowouts with close, competitive losses then many people, myself included, would feel a bit different about the future under Munch.

    Again, it's not about the record. It's about the overall product we're seeing out on the field, which is utter crap.
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  4. Titans Eternal

    Titans Eternal Got the swagger of a cripple

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    Would you guys rather have the Lakers current management or the Titans?
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  5. Carpy

    Carpy Disgruntled foreign veteran

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    Correct me if I am wrong, but right now we don't have an OC.

    Loggains was acting OC for the rest of the 2012 season after Palmer left, but I haven't read anything saying that he will fill that spot long-term, or that they have hired a QB coach to replace him in the position he actually owns.
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  6. Gunny

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    Yeah, it's assumed he will be the OC but nothing has been confirmed.
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  7. Alzarius

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    Disconcerting? Yes, definitely, and rightfully so. Its not like Im optimistic about next season, at least not yet. I have to see who we pick up in the FA, how we draft, and most of all... who our coordinators will be.

    This is what I dont agree with. Its assumptions made by fans. Lets say we go and grab that Levitre guy (whoever he is) and draft Womack in the 1st round (which i would NOT like)... oline.... fixed. That automatically makes us MUCH better than last year imo. Our offense will be able to sustain drives.

    All assuming Locker picks it up BIG TIME next year.

    Even good coaches cant do anything with a bad QB. Although Locker may not qualify as bad, hes definitely not good either.I cant blame Munch for Lockers injury, or his progress. In fact, the guy who snagged Locker is now gone.

    People have been calling for his head since he started, and during the season while we sucked, we actually had people who said they didnt want him as our coach because he had no emotion. (which is false btw) Its just one thing after the other and its gone past of constructive criticism, to just whining and crying with some people.

    And I dont see it as a Munch problem. I see it as a talent/coordinator problem. If Munch made the calls on defense, and offense, then Id be all over his ass.

    We are a crappy team, whos players SHOULD be improving. Some are, some are not.

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    Again, it's not about the record. It's about the overall product we're seeing out on the field, which is utter crap.[/quote]

    Is that because Munch is crap, or the talent level. This is just my opinion on the following positions

    While ranking these, I say either crap, or good., Crap doesnt mean beyond repair, it just means they did NOT play well

    QB - Crap (some to do with line)

    WR - Crap (some to do with line)

    Oline - Crap

    RB - Crap (much to do with line)


    Dline - average (take away taking advantage of other crap teams and we sucked here)

    LB - only "bright spot" on the team right now

    Secondary - Crap



    The talent level, and performance are crap.


    I do believe its a mixture of coaching and talent. I dont believe our coaches got the most out of what talent we did have. however I have seen too many people give our crap players a pass, and put this all on coaching. Thats what one of my biggest issues are. No one could have gotten a lot out of this team last season.

    Heres how I am going about looking into the offseason (while some people have already called it before the offseason even starts.)

    1. Season ends
    2. Replacing staff
    3. Free Agency
    4. Draft

    THEN I will know if i am happy with the direction we are headed. I have no issues with the DIRECTION we went last off season, all things considered. However you ARE correct when you say the product on the field needs to be better. I think we will be a much improved team next season depending on 1-4. Its not blind optimism, its wait and see until I complain.
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  8. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    So if you had your choice between Mularkey or Cameron.. who you want?
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  9. Carpy

    Carpy Disgruntled foreign veteran

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    Mularkey without a doubt.
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  10. Gunny

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    Cameron used to run some high powered offenses, kinda like Al Saunders did for the Chiefs but the dude got fired from the Ravens in December.
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