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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    Yah that stability sure helped them when they were terrible a couple years ago...
    ok, name a team other than the colts or patriots that weren't terrible at some point in the past 10 years?
    hell, before Peyton Manning, the colts were just awful (you might remember, they had the #1 pick the year they drafted Manning)
    Pats weren't anything great either with Bledsoe.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "BleedinPandG" wrote:
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    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Consistency at the top huh.
    What a novel concept.
    Problem for me is I am not sure a bit more time will solve our issues.
    I sure hope I am wrong on this.

    Thanks for the read by the way.

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    Yowwwwwzzzzaaa
    Fisher's a smart dude and seems to adapt to fit his players...that says a lot.
    Giants won a SB by having the players adapt to the coach... when did Fisher win a SB?
    The Giants hated Coughlin for the first year or two because of his my way or the highway attitude (sound familiar?), but it is now argued that what he did is why they are now a team that seems to play far beyond the perceivable sum of their parts.
    On paper, there are far better teams then the Giants, but there are few teams better on the field.
    I see Chilly trying to do the same thing.
    here is something for both of you.

    http://www.firecoachfisher.com/blog.html?p=4

    http://www.faniq.com/blog.php?id=1064

    you could take most of this from last year and insert it on any of our chilly posts.

    In case you weren't sure how to throw someone under a bus, that should provide a very example. Coughlin needs to go. Sooner rather than later.
    NFL Hot Seat: Should Tom Coughlin be fired?


    76% Yes, he's blame for poor play
    24% No, good coach needs better players
    Why must you defend everything this FO does....to the point of making your self look like a yes man.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "marshallvike" wrote:
    "BleedinPandG" wrote:
    "huxx" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Consistency at the top huh.
    What a novel concept.
    Problem for me is I am not sure a bit more time will solve our issues.
    I sure hope I am wrong on this.

    Thanks for the read by the way.

    ;D


    Yowwwwwzzzzaaa
    Fisher's a smart dude and seems to adapt to fit his players...that says a lot.
    Giants won a SB by having the players adapt to the coach... when did Fisher win a SB?
    The Giants hated Coughlin for the first year or two because of his my way or the highway attitude (sound familiar?), but it is now argued that what he did is why they are now a team that seems to play far beyond the perceivable sum of their parts.
    On paper, there are far better teams then the Giants, but there are few teams better on the field.
    I see Chilly trying to do the same thing.
    here is something for both of you.

    http://www.firecoachfisher.com/blog.html?p=4

    http://www.faniq.com/blog.php?id=1064

    you could take most of this from last year and insert it on any of our chilly posts.

    In case you weren't sure how to throw someone under a bus, that should provide a very example. Coughlin needs to go. Sooner rather than later.
    NFL Hot Seat: Should Tom Coughlin be fired?



    76% Yes, he's blame for poor play
    24% No, good coach needs better players
    Look at any coach poll and it's the same.
    Fans are fanatics.
    That is surprising.
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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    Jeff Fisher=/= Childress. Sometimes keeping things the same is just plain idiotic, as in our case

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    Generalizing different teams and coaches is stupid.

    Jon Gruden won Superbowl in his first season with the Bucs. Fuck stability.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "Storm" wrote:
    Generalizing different teams and coaches is stupid.

    Jon Gruden won Superbowl in his first season with the Bucs. Fuck stability.
    Well... Tony Dungy didn't exactly leave him a hot steaming pile of shit for a team either... what has Gruden done with that team since?
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "C" wrote:
    "Storm" wrote:
    Generalizing different teams and coaches is stupid.

    Jon Gruden won Superbowl in his first season with the Bucs. floop stability.
    Well... Tony Dungy didn't exactly leave him a hot steaming pile of pooh for a team either... what has Gruden done with that team since?
    LOL thats some funny shit right there.
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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "C" wrote:
    "Storm" wrote:
    Generalizing different teams and coaches is stupid.

    Jon Gruden won Superbowl in his first season with the Bucs. floop stability.
    Well... Tony Dungy didn't exactly leave him a hot steaming pile of pooh for a team either... what has Gruden done with that team since?
    Made playoffs twice.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "Storm" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Storm" wrote:
    Generalizing different teams and coaches is stupid.

    Jon Gruden won Superbowl in his first season with the Bucs. floop stability.
    Well... Tony Dungy didn't exactly leave him a hot steaming pile of pooh for a team either... what has Gruden done with that team since?
    Made playoffs twice.
    We made the playoffs most of the 90's, do you want Denny Green back?
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "C" wrote:
    "Storm" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Storm" wrote:
    Generalizing different teams and coaches is stupid.

    Jon Gruden won Superbowl in his first season with the Bucs. floop stability.
    Well... Tony Dungy didn't exactly leave him a hot steaming pile of pooh for a team either... what has Gruden done with that team since?
    Made playoffs twice.
    We made the playoffs most of the 90's, do you want Denny Green back?
    I'll take a team that makes playoffs over a team that doesnt make playoffs.

    Yeah, I'm weird like that.

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