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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Sonic28, Dec 30, 2012.
Mike Munchak's job appears safe in Tennessee http://t.co/VmrFniO9
I think Climer is just making a guess.
wow... what an f'in depressing article...
'If Moore doesn’t bite, Munchak likely will appoint Dowell Loggains to the position on a full-time basis. Never mind that the Titans’ offense has managed fewer yards and points on Loggains’ watch after Chris Palmer was jettisoned with five games left in the season.
And then there is defensive coordinator Jerry Gray. After a defensive uptick over a five-game stretch, the Titans were downright terrible at Green Bay last weekend. Yet Munchak continues to defend Gray, which likely means Gray will be retained in 2013.
All in all, it appears the Titans are going to maintain the status quo — even when the status quo is mediocre football.'
(however, with regards to gray, i totally blame the offense. More specifically, Jake couldn't get absolutely ANYTHING going and the D held for much longer then I thought they or any decent D could against a red-hot GB team at home.
Still though, how I would love a proven QB right now... I mean with that I wouldn't mind Moore, or even Gray...)
After reading the original article, I think Climer is full of .
A huge loss today and I think Munch is gone. Even if the Titans win, and Munch is kept, I think he has to look for new coordinators.
I figured as much.
but he made a good point, who will want to join a staff where the HC isn't guaranteed for more than a year.... no way he gets good coordinators... my goodness, we are just screwed all around it seems....
Munch has two more years in his deal.
If correct I think it's fair. I've been as horrified as anybody at the team's performance at times this year, so I wouldn't be shock or saddened if Munchak were turfed, but honestly I don't think many would have faired better under identical circumstances.
Like Jeff, I think getting smoked at home by the Jags today would be bitter pill to swallow for Bud.
I come at this differently than most here.... I love Bud as an owner and view him as a pretty shrewd guy (rather than the senile dolt that some here feel he is). I've been through close to 40 years of ups and down with the old dude... there's no owner in football that I'd rather be at the helm. I know he's cheap ******* in many ways, but he's never been cheap when it comes to the product on the field; In the Moon era, the team consistently had one of the higher payrolls and never shied from signing big name players... if the people Bud had in charge wanted the cash to sign someone it's never been is issue for Bud to cough it up. During the McNair era, the team was always right up against the cap. Even in the signing of coaches Adams has never been afraid of spending big dollars to make a splash (signing Hugh Campbell out of Edmonton simply to land Moon, or giving Buddy Ryan big bucks to come in as DC back in the day). Adams definitely made some mistakes along the way (as any of us would have), but it's never been due to a lack of a desire or commitment to win.
For his sake as much as my own, I'd love to see this team finally ****ing win a championship again.
Maybe a lesson has benn learned from the Colt's front office, and Bud will see to it our capped is spent and the rooster is filled with draft prospects and a mix of veteran free agents. We need a few more leaders in the locker room like Kevin Mawau.
Let's get blown out today then.