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What would the Rams record be if they had the Titans scrub coaching staff.

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanbuoy, Sep 27, 2013.

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  1. 520 Starter

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    lol no he didn't...at the combine he ran 4.34 that's all that matters evry other number is debatable
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    Bullcrap!

    Bradford did nothing before Fisher got there. Bradford is part of the problem!
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    The Rams are 3rd in pass attempts. If that makes you win they are not doing it.

    Problem #1. No running game. The Rams are NOT a physical running team and were not so even last year with a big 10,000 yard back. Their offensive line is not good and their best lineman has been hurt. Having Jared cook at TE hardly helps this.

    Problem #2. Sam Bradford. Mediocre backup caliber! He's in his 4th season and is not developing any longer.

    Problem #3. They used a super high pick on a super fast WR who is giving them 6.6 yards a catch! I told you! Tavon Austin=Ted Ginn. You don't use a top 10 pick on a punt returner!

    Problem #4. The defense has sucked despite the fact it should be the strength of the team! Not sure why this is but a running game on offense would help. They used high first rd picks on 3 defensive linemen. They spent big for finny. The defense should not be giving up 30 plus points a game!
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    How about the DC hire Tim Walton?

    The Rams were 14th in scoring defense under Greg Williams last year. They are 28th this year.

    Walton was the secondary coach for the Lions the last few years. Has there been a worst secondary in the league? But Fisher using his friendship with chief red hat hires Walton over more experienced options. Like Dick Jauron.
  5. Finnebosch I am vengeance.

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    Williams was suspended last year and didn't do jack **** with their defense. If I remember correctly the defense was run by a combination of Fisher, Williams' son, and Chuck Cecil and I believe that Fisher himself called the plays.
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  6. nickmsmith has the most poverty RB corp.

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    I'm up in the air about munchak.... But in no way do I miss Fisher right now.

    Regardless if munchak was the right replacement or not, parting with fisher was the right thing to do. Even after 2 bad seasons without him.
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    I think Munch is starting come around and he will become a really good HC for this team. Fisher's time was up here in TEN. Fisher is too stubborn to change his ways even when they don't work where I think Munch would.
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    If you can't win a Super Bowl with the team we had in 1999, you ****ing suck as a head coach. Period.
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  9. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    Jeff Fisher kept Bradford. That's part of the problem. I know they got a mega-deal for the RGIII pick, but if your QB and offensive line sucks then your team is going to suck. They haven't used any of those picks on a QB or OL.
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    As for Tavon Austin... he's ok, but the draft pick was stupid for the Rams.

    While Austin might be good somewhere else- he was drafted in a division that arguably has the best CBs in the league- and most of them are about 4 inches taller than Austin.

    Said it the day he was drafted: He'll get swallowed up in the NFC West.

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