Mike Munchak and his Offensive Coordinator Choices

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by EdRomeo, Mar 25, 2013.

  1. xpmar9x

    xpmar9x Vote for Pedro

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    That's what I keep hearing as well.
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  2. TitansWillWin2

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    Walker wont have over 350 yards receiving on the year. So where is his lack of production gonna be made up for?
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  3. TitansWillWin2

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    Yeah which shows how bad we were last year!
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  4. pepsidriver24

    pepsidriver24 @snydzie

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    I refuse to answer that question given its hypothetical nature.

    Walker is already an asset to this team with his positive attitude towards our development as a team. I'm not sure you understand how important that is to any team, especially an NFL team. It's called leadership.
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  5. TitansWillWin2

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    Yeah b/c adding the great leadership of Hasselbeck and Locker has helped so much already hasn't it! lol some people!
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  6. pepsidriver24

    pepsidriver24 @snydzie

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    Yeah, it did.

    Thank you for proving my point. (About leadership and also about your ignorance of it)
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  7. titanbaknedkly

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    I really don't think it really matters who our OC is as much as it is on our QB to execute the game plan. I can't call Palmer a complete failure when in 2011 our receivers put up career numbers and Hass played relatively well. The run game could have used help but CJ did sit out some and came back out of shape. We could have any number of OCs (and yes I know some are better playcalling than others) but when it comes to moving the chains and a great play is called and the QB sails the ball over the head of the receiver on 3rd down or decides to try and run after seeing option 1 covered (which is what Locker was doing the 2nd half of the season and not even looking down the field) and is tackled a yard or two short. We have a run first and pass second QB and he is going to get himself killed. He needs to do what is necessary and stop trying to be heroic and prove to fans and teammates and coaches that he is tough by trying to run through two LBs for a first. The only thing he needs to prove is he can play QB and not how tough he is and I think it would make him a better QB. He played all of last season like he had to prove something since the starter position was given to him instead of just playing the game. Maybe next season he can just relax and play.
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  8. EdRomeo

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    Didn't know that Loggains worked under Dinger. Dinger's offense sounds like a good fit, he has some ties to the Mike Shanahan Denver WCO offense.
    Run/pass balance. Zone running with playaction especially outside zone+ QB bootleg/boot swap passing game.

    That type of offense mixed with read option could really work.
    The offense many weapons, CJ2K/Locker/Britt/Wright/Walker there is so much potential there.

    New offensive coordinators worry me (almost as much as OC that have been away from the NFL game). Its not just the playcalling, coordinating an offense is not easy and 1st time OC, especially one that is basically out there on his own, don't have success.
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  9. GOFIGURETITANS

    GOFIGURETITANS Don't Do Stupid Sh't !

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    Cook? One of our best weapons? lol. I'll leave it at that.
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  10. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Uhhh... he was right in correcting it.

    He said "their looking for new jobs"...
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