The clean out their locker thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by rodgev, Oct 6, 2013.

  1. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    FO dude. We're sick of losing close ones. Particularly those where the COACHING shares as equal a part in the loss as the player execution.

    You must not recognize the significance of losing close home games against AFC opponents, especially when you are scrapping for a wild card spot.

    Fans have a right to be disappointed and even pissed off about this loss. Especially if they showed up in the rain to watch it. I'm betting the folks who are bitchin the most were wet yesterday.
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  2. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    Buy a ticket for Bruce Matthews and Dowell Loggains also.
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  3. titan_fan_4ever

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    Clean out their lockers? Easy...

    Turner - He FOOLED us all in the pre-season, this guy is TRASH in both run and pass. ITS TIME TO MOVE ON. By all means, I'm not ready to give up on the season. I feel putting in Schwenke will not only prove better in the long run, but I'm CONVINCED also better in the short run (maybe the 'very-short run' might have some rough stretches, but its time...). If Turner continues to struggle hard, I imagine they could make the switch during the Bye. Get him in there with Andy and Mack, with Lock's return and just pray it works out....

    Ray - I said when we first got this guy, 'NY was ready to KILL HIM' and not in his capacity as a RB.... This guy muffed a lot (costing them several important games) and made horrible decisions, sounds familiar? He's been making horrible decisions for us since he became a Titan. He struggles to catch every punt/kick and always wants to let it bounce. He makes it look so hard...

    Britt - I already bushed up on this in my last post, he should not see the field unless a WR (or 2) get injured... Right now the way he is playing, he would be considered a 'bad' back-up, let alone serviceable...

    Bruce - Really hurts to say it, b/c I'm a huge fan of his game when he played, but the DUDE CANNOT COACH... He needs to go home, yesterday... Munch should take over the O-line till he can hire someone...
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  4. Brew City

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    I don't understand this Bruce stuff. Do guys just forget how to block when they come here? I don't think so. I'm not sure what it is (scheme? which would fall more on OC) but I highly doubt an offensive line coach can take good players and make them bad.
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  5. EnglandTitan66

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    Matthews , Loggains and Munchak.

    Matthews is my second favourite Titan ever but it doesn't mean he can coach. He has a first round pick on that line and two bookend tackles that most OL's would give for so why can't we establish a running attack at any point ? What schemes is he endorsing ? I've watched all the games this year and can't fathom it apart from the fact that he seems to have told Turner to go out and play like a tree stump each week.

    Loggains and Munchak are both out of their depth to a greater or lesser degree. Surely the Franchise must have learned that after Palmer , Chow and certain aspects of Dinger's return that we needed experience and imagination. I really don't have a clue what Munchak's team ethos is at all.

    Before we start the smack war about personnel , you've got to look at what is pulling the strings.
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  6. Dman

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    Special teams coordinator..... Can we go a game or two without having a WTF play on special teams? Our d played hard to stop that offense on the first drive of the game and you feel good when the opposing team punts because you get the ball. Williams runs into ball, fumbles in end zone , TD Chiefs on a punt!
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  7. JCBRAVE

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    Yup, as of today Munchak said Kenny will have a reduced role but is still involved.
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  8. SawdustMan

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    Good to hear he'll still be involved in costing us first downs/points/games.
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  9. JCBRAVE

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    Well he wont be starting, so the likeliness of that all happening is less than ever before.
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  10. Finnegan2win

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    Uh, yeah they can. Bad offensive coach = bad offense, even if you have good players. It's not that hard.
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