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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Alex1939, Jan 18, 2013.
I look at it as 'any of those coaches' > Munchak
I wouldn't mind being terrible, getting Clowney, getting Gruden and/or Horton.
I meant as a HC.
After we flop nearly the entire season, we will win one of the last games and get bumped from that number one over all spot. It's the titans people.. We play for meaningless games and people get to keep their jobs for it... Dats how we roll.
I think 1st overall pick is a pipe dream. Seriously doubt we'll be THAT bad. Even if we were to have the top pick, that would mean we'd definitely have a new HC. And I'd assume he would want his own QB rather than Jake Locker, who would've just "led" the team to the first overall pick.
Point being, we'd most likely be looking at QB in the 1st round in that situation.
Chip Kelly was the only one that really piqued my interest. I think his analytical approach to the game could be pretty revolutionary. I'm not talking about the spread stuff or the no huddle, though both of those could be very big in their own rights. I'm talking about his use of advanced statistical metrics in deterermining when to go for it on 4th, when to go for 2, etc. That's all stuff that current NFL coaches are way behind on.
I saw it used this year when Pats played Houston for the first time... had them all screwed up.
I love the red light/yellow light/green light approach. I believe Kelly will be successful, and more will follow his ways in the future.
If you think Chip Kelly's game is just no huddle and spread, then you have not read about his offense at all. (not talking about you Toronto, ive just heard it mentioned several times)
Well we know fake ass fans like you will be rooting for the Titans to lose.
I voted for Andy Reid. He is the most proven of all the choices and has shown to get a lot of production out of his QBs and RBs. I would have liked to see what he could do with Locker and CJ.
Oakland is the only team I can see being worse at this point.