What changed the Titans?

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  1. Riverman

    Riverman That may be....

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    The past two weeks, the Titans are playing a different kind of ball. They look like a completely different team.

    What is everyone's thoughts as to the apparent cause of the change? For example- change in O-line, removal of Haynesworth, rookies and vets finally "gelling", maturation, different D-scheme/execution, coaching style changes, etc.
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  2. zackmann

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    this week, the new look Oline had something to do with it...

    I also think the presence of Vince had a lot do with it...he is a winner and brings a good atmosphere to the team...

    And I think henry's toughness is really rubbing off on others...

    And I think being on the road really helped....not as much pressure....let them just go out there and try to be the spoiler...
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  3. Laserjock

    Laserjock South Endzone Rocks! Staff

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    I think the way Travis has run so hard behind this line it has given the O-line a burst of confidence. I think the issue with Chris is that they probably looked at the film and saw where they were opening lanes and Chris was just not taking them. Just my personal opinion, but I just see different runs when I watch Travis and even Lendale.

    I think too the defense took it upon themselves to play with some intensity in spite of their DC's calls during the last two games. Lamont has to show up the rest of the season or I still say he is gone.

    I like the intensity and emotion that the D has started playing. Hope is a catalyst for that as he has laid his body out on plays and has brought back the intensity we had with Bishop at that position.
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  4. Gunny

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    Keith Bulluck stepping up his leadership role.
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  5. avvie

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    Maybe they finally got sick of the fan abuse?
    Maybe it took this many losses for someone to finally see that the old approach wasn't working?

    Did anyone happen to see if the clipboard got yanked out of Chow's hands?
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  6. Jwill1919

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    Can we pick up Will Peterson and Junior Siavii please? at least for depth.
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  7. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    i'd say the players only meeting and the changes on the o-line are the major things
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  8. Sledge

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    You nailed it. Haynesworth and his lazy fat arse is gone (for good I hope), and Piller is out, which means the OL is fine now (please don't come bach Zach)
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  9. PitBull

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    Whatever it is i hope its for good..
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  10. PitBull

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    one post? where did the rest of my posts go :(
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