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PK busting on Titans for nepotism with Kevin Matthews

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, Dec 12, 2013.

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  1. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    Yes he did. Our LB coach came from a HS in NJ
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    Kuharsky has always been a suck for the organisation just so that he could keep his hand-in and get his not so "exclusive" exclusives. His worst excesses were toward the end of the 'stache era when his pom-pom waving was beyond embarassing. This change of tack however short-lived is kind of refreshing.

    Whether this is a sea-change or just the medication wearing off remains to be seen. Mind you , being "savaged" by Kuharsky is I guess , a bit like a cotton-bud enema. Wonder how Munchak would deal with the bashing he'd take in a hard nose journo town like NY or Chicago over this rather than the Nashville comfy chair ??
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    Which team, in some form or fashion doesn't hire someone who was a friend or collegue or just known by the head coach?
  4. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    Well Im sure it happens at some point for every coaching regime, but he skipped a whole level of competition.

    HS--->NFL is very rare.

    But thats Mike Munchak for you. He'll give anyone a job since he was handed a job he didn't deserve.
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    I will not argue that, but it's easy to say that he didn't deserve the job now... while the team is losing. I wonder if you would still see things that way if the titans had already clinch a playoff spot?
  6. JCBRAVE #getyourlifetogether

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    He coaches the LB's. LB's have been an issue all season. So yes, even if we're winning, Im still calling him out.

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