Munchak Appears Safe

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Sonic28, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. TitansFaninAZ

    TitansFaninAZ Practice Squad

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    I would like to hope that if the sellouts stop then something changes. Out here in Phoenix, the Cardinals are having a Titan-esque season but with a worse QB situation and they still sell out. The owners of the Cardinals aren't much more inept than the Titans and it really worries me.

    I also feel that nothing will change until Bud passes away. Shame.
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  2. corymiller

    corymiller New Era Connoisseur

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    And see that's BS. We have proven to support this team. We're tired of mediocrity. If he does that then I would wish noting but bad things upon him.
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  3. CheeseheadTitan

    CheeseheadTitan Starter Tip Jar Donor

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    Actually I grew up in Missouri, and was a St. Louis Cardinal football fan before they moved to Arizona. I can comfortably say that Bill Bidwell in his prime was MUCH more inept than Bud Adams in his prime (when we draft a backup college quarterback in the first round I will change my opinion LOL). Either way I am comfortable saying that if the sellouts stop (in either place), both teams would start squawking about moving in relatively short order...both owners have demonstrated that they will pull that trigger before, and they would again IMO.
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  4. mike75

    mike75 Starter Tip Jar Donor

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    Ironically every single team right now with similar records to us are all changing coaches or parts of the staff and the only team we are not hearing any black monday rumors about is Tennessee of course.Right now the major news in Buffalo is owner Wilson said expect a full housecleaning.In Jacksonville the GM is gone and the coach is too once the new GM arrives,In Kansas City they are firing Crennel and probably GM Pioli as well.In Cleveland new owner getting rid of everyone and doing a full housecleaning.

    Meanwhile we have a record of 5-10,haven't won one single division game and get blown out on numerous occassions but the owner refuses to budge.

    Wonder how long it will take before something is done about this
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  5. Clayriddick

    Clayriddick Special Teams Standout

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    What a joke im so mad about this. If he keeps hes job im done with the titans.all you hear is they are rebuilding hell they been doing that for 10 years now
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  6. RTH

    RTH Meh...

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    Gut feeling... win or lose, I see Munch remaining HC. What he does with the rest of the staff, no idea.
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  7. World Peace

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    My buddy owns a lumber yard that works with LP products and he said the word on the street is that Bud & Co called Jim Schwartz's associates but he found out Schwartzy was being retained in Detroit so keeping Munchies is the back up plan.
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  8. World Peace

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    Why not call Bruce Ariens and offer him the HC position?
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  9. Inaccurate Passer

    Inaccurate Passer Special Teams Standout

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    Beating the Texans in a meaningless game saved Jeff Fisher's job. If Fisher actually fired Cecil he'd still be here forever, Bud's a "real fan" and savors those irrelevant w's
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  10. The Hammer

    The Hammer Straight Ridah

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    Here is what Bud thinks

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