"....must make the playoffs"

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by fitantitans, Nov 21, 2013.

  1. J Falk

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    I am a Bills fan already(just not my main team), grew up one because my dad was good friends with Phil Hansen. Around the age of 10(and about a year after the Titans came to Tennessee) I realized I was doomed as a Bills fan, and I decided to switch to my new hometown team. Ever since then I have truly bled Titans blue, but man have I hated watching this team in the Munchak era. I would never actually make a team switch like that again, but it's really starting to remind me of how I felt when I was 10 years old as a Bills fan. Hopeless. Stuck in a meri-go-round of mediocrity. Until Munch is fired. I don't think Titans football will get any easier to watch.

    I could never leave you guys though! too many memories lol
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  2. 520

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    well be happy being a patriots fan
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    honestly id be sad if you left.....until someone else jacks your sig. then I wouldn't care
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  4. J Falk

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    Shut up JCB. You're just mad because I kicked your ass in FF last week.
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  5. J Falk

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    Honestly, if I was a bandwagon fan, I would have been gone a long time ago and it wouldn't be the Bills that I would be rooting for instead. Somebody who buys a Vince Young Jersey and then turns around 2 years later and buys a Jake Locker jersey is not a bandwagon fan. Somebody who roots for the Memphis Tigers football team isn't a bandwagon fan. Somebody who rooted for the Grizzlies for 10 years before they got good isnt a bandwagon fan. I'm merely trying to demonstrate my frustration towards our managements decisions to keep such a shitty coaching staff. That's it. I hate bandwagon fans, so please refrain from calling me one. I'd appreciate it.
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  6. titan_fan_4ever

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    or... you could just as well alter a play from each of our wins, and we'd end up loosing too...

    good teams find ways to win, bad teams find ways to loose... based on all those plays you described, its pretty obvious which we fall under right now...
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  7. Alzarius

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    I believe good teams make less of those negative or potentially game affecting plays. Overcoming is nice.. but even the best teams cant overcome some losses.
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  8. Dman

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    Well I apologize for that, it just sounded like that from that post you put up.
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  9. fitantitans

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    My point exactly. Its not like we're getting rid of Belichick, Munch is a no-name and IMO, wasn't a good OLine coach either.
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  10. charlzcrush

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    Beg to differ. I think he was a pretty good O-line coach.
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