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Some more Schwartz talk.

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SupDawg, Dec 11, 2006.

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  1. Vigsted Starter

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    Over how long a period, Jeff? One year is a fluke, 3 is a trend, 6 is ???
  2. Titanville Need New Coach

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    I don't understand you Schwartz lovers. Our defense has stunk pretty much since he got here. You sound like Wycheck does in the morning, a homer. We have spent waaay too many high draft picks on D and money on FA over the years for defensive players for our D to still be ranked as low as it is. It is a coaches job to COACH (teach) players how to play up to and sometimes beyond their potential. I haven't seen that from Schwartz yet. And to keep apologizing for him year after year, game after game is beyond me. You would think you would want to see some type of improvement in that area as the guy went along be we haven't and we won't. So pull the heads out of the sand and actually look at the results. A game here and there doesn't make it corrected or good.:grrr:
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    Other than Pac, we haven't had much luck drafting secondary help. I hope we start going to proven FA's in that area, instead of trying to develop players.
  4. Riverman That may be....

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    TJ- don't you get tired of poking this?

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    It keeps the forum spicy. I was growing tired of all the "Vince love" threads.

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    In this what have you done for me lately league, Schwartz & or his players have stepped things up since the Jags blow out.

    His overall stats since he's been here suck but unless a team takes him away to be their head coach our current run will likely end up with Schwartz staying put.
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  5. SupDawg Guest

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    Schwartz still has better players... And Williams still has better rankings...

    IMO, we are more talented than the Redskins... And they still outrank us...:rolleyes:

    And besides, this year is an aberration for Williams...

    LDE 99 - Andre Carter
    LDT 96 - Cornelius Griffin
    RDT 95 - Joe Salave'a
    RDE 93 - Phillip Daniels
    SLB 53 - Marcus Washington
    MLB 98 - Lemar Marshall
    WLB 57 - Warrick Holdman
    LCB 24 - Shawn Springs
    RCB 22 - Carlos Rogers
    SS 23 - Troy Vincent
    FS 21 - Sean Taylor
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    Understatement.
  7. Jwill1919 Coach

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    That may be one of the most assinine statements i've read in awhile.

    It's not about luck, it's about DEVELOPMENT OF PLAYERS. Why do you think rookies play better in our system than veterans? because they digress with the coaching. Without developing our young players, our team, any team would be doomed and destined to be bottom feeders until the end of time. What you are saying is that we have to buy each and everyone of our defensive starters, and HOPE they play as a cohesive unit. :irked: Not going to happen, plus we don't have the money. Take a look at the best defensive teams, Chicago, Miami, New England, Dallas, they all develop their young talent very well. It doesn't matter who they plug in, they get the job done and they aren't exposed as much as our "Studs" are.
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    So our coaching staff of paid professionals doesn't know anything about developing players? I guess they just hire anyone off the street. Fisher must be blind that his coaches are so bad...maybe you could write him a letter.
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