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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by grindtime, Feb 10, 2011.
Dude you are hispanic in arizona....... ya know. Sgereotypes and all
I do everythin i.can to avoid baseball lol. Really had no clue it was already goiin on...let alone that deep into the season
That would suggest that an internal hire was responsible for that extra yard, the defensive and offensive coaching and/or plays necessary to then win in OT. Ridiculous.
The point that was being made was obvious. It's insane to continue doing the same things and expect different results. Munchak was clearly an "inside hire"- with little to no exposure to non-Oiler/Titan methods.
Some Super Bowls wins would suggest that the franchise's "way" of doing things was worthy of maintaining. However (and unfortunately), this franchise has none. So injecting fresh methods from other franchises with winning traditions is a worthwhile venture.
Sadly the franchise does NOT have a history of continuing to make internal hires, but somehow that doesn't keep you from repeating the myth.
we're talking about munchak. Sadly, you can't seem to grasp that.
I too was hoping for new ideas and wanted one of yhe other guys. Fewell was my favorite. Also found it funny that the other guys were all former bills head coaches.
Munch is a guy the front office probably looked on as having all the right charactoristics of a good head coach. Sadley though he had only worked under one head coach. He did not have a good breadth of experience. That and he ended up with the worst coaching staff in the nfl. Which was not entirelly his fault. If i remember chris palmer was basically hired out of deaperation.
except your entire post was about the organization doing the same thing over and over, which it doesn't. Maybe you don't understand what you are writing?
Wrong again. My post you quoted specifically referenced Munchak was an internal hire. Take your medicine.