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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by JCBRAVE, Sep 26, 2013.

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    But you're right. The same things could be said about the NFC..

    North: The Packers losing to the Bengals was shocking..They're good, but clearly lack in some areas.. Lions are just average.. Vikings honeymoon is over.. Bears may be the class of the division..East looks abysmal.. Giants are a wreck, Eagles & Redskins stink as well. Cowboys run away with the divi by default.

    West is just alright. Rams & Cardinals aren't taking any leaps forward, 7-9 at best.. Seahawks are the class.. 49ers have struggled but will pick it up as they get guys back.. South is probably strongest.. Saints & Falcons will make the playoffs.. Bucs are a train wreck right now.. Panthers can play, but only when they show up.
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  2. goldmember Special Teams Standout

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    Funny the Rams forums and all the posts thinking fisher was the one to right a sinking ship!! LOL they are getting a taste of the crap we felt for the last years of that crap.
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  4. Dman Starter

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    took me about 5 seconds before I lol'd Bradford is terrible and I don't know if you can blame him completely but he has to make better decisions than that.

    As far as fisher is concerned as I have read with above posters, he couldn't save this ship because it simply isn't worth it to be saved. He needs to abandon ship before he goes down with bradford and this terrible team.
  5. RTH Meh...

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    This is typical Fisher, to me. 1 step forward, 2 steps back... and end with a step forward. Riiiight back where you started.

    Win some lose some... that is Fisher. He'll do just enough to make you feel like he's good, but lose enough to get his team no where fast. He will rebound after this game - by another 6-7 wins to end at 7-9 or 8-8.

    Average.
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    It is kind of hard for Fisher to win in this situation here with St Louis having basically no talent and first round qb bust! I keep thinking Bradford would get better but after last night, I finally saw how truly horrible he is at qb. No one could win with the rams right now
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    First to hear about this. All last season it was talked about how much BETTER the talent was/is with the Rams for Fisher - better QB, better D, better Oline.

    A few years later... the Titans improve exponentially and the Rams crumble, suddenly? What's one of the factors these teams have in common? Fisher.

    The Titans were getting worse in Fisher's final years... so he's fired and hired by a "better organization" a year later. Now... here we are.

    Sorry, Fisher will get no credit from me.
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    I think you misunderstand me here, I am not giving credit. My point is the rams are a terrible football team and no one could win with them, fisher is the coach or not. Bradford Sucks
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    Understood. No credit. :thumbsup:

    But, it's funny that this type of stuff wasn't said when Fisher took over the program... in fact, the Rams were talked up as being a better situation than the Titans he "left". All of a sudden... they are terrible - and that's after some big-time drafts Fisher had.

    So... yeah... this stuff is not surprising to me.
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  10. Ensconatus Namaste

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    Just like last year. Kaep needs wide open plays and lames to throw to. He loves zone. He's not one to throw dimes against man.

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