Search for Future Titans GM Continues

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, Jan 13, 2007.

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  1. oh ok, and thanks for who said jason taylor i knew it had taylor in it somewhere lol, but if we got that guy from the dolphins wouldnt that be bad ebing that he hasnt had nearly as much experience as to what it seems that our position needs
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  2. MattPan25

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    does anyone have the profiles on Randy Mueller and Phil Savage?
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  3. Broken Record

    Broken Record Biscuit Eater Staff

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    Savage

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  4. titansfan9

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    alright Im sold on Savage- he's what we need- look at his drafts when he has later 1st round picks- amazing...
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  5. A.D.

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    Miami's decisions were made lately by Saban, not Mueller. And why are you linking Taylor to Mueller, when Taylor predates Mueller with the Dolphins?

    Also, look at the Browns' recent history and the power struggle within that organization's structure. Then tell us why Savage is no good.
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  6. ammotroop

    ammotroop Airforce MAN

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    I say let Fish do the picking.
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  7. DannyPitts

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    first off, the Dolphins GM (Randy Mueller) had no say so in Miami. He was clearly a "puppet leader" in Huizenga's system that has the head coach making all the decisions. Nick Saban was the Dolphin's GM pretty much. and the Browns have actually had a few decent draft picks and moves in the last 3 or 4 years.--- Kellen Winslow, Braylon Edwards, Kamerion Wimbley, acquisition of Reuben Droughns and Willie McGinnest. Winslow and Edwards haven't lived up to their potential but are nonetheless contributors. A good quarterback away from a winning season. Not the best but still decent. and Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas are their names.
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  8. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    jimmy johnson picked those guys


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Johnson_(football_coach)
    "Johnson inherited one of the NFL's best offenses, led by Hall of Fame Quarterback Dan Marino, but only a mediocre defense. As a defensive specialist, Johnson was expected to put together a championship defense to finally give Dan Marino the Super Bowl that had previously eluded him. With complete control over personnel decisions, Johnson and his staff signed several excellent defensive players, drafting future pro bowlers Zach Thomas, Jason Taylor, Sam Madison and Patrick Surtain."
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  9. DeutschTitan

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    anyways, that all just shows how Mueller has had "zero" control over the personnel decisions. Don't rule out Mueller. Also, even though Savage is a good guy, he is still under contract.

    Edit: Thanks to Mueller, New Orleans have a few of the pieces which have gotten them into the NFC Championship game.
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  10. PitBull

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    I'm still waiting for a logical explanation to why Reese was released in the first place?

    He was better than most of the guys we're looking at now. IMO, if its ain't broken, why fix it..
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