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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

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    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.
    Nice way to dodge the question.
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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

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    [quote author=Storm link=topic=48674.msg856599#msg856599 date=1224707551]
    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.
    Nice way to dodge the question.
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    Your question was irrelevant.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

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    [quote author=C Mac D link=topic=48674.msg856601#msg856601 date=1224707761]
    [quote author=Storm link=topic=48674.msg856599#msg856599 date=1224707551]
    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.
    Nice way to dodge the question.
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    Your question was irrelevant.
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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    I would take Denny over Brad anyday of the week

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    To a dull mind, yes.
    No, I want Bud Grant back.

    Retarded question and ad hom to follow up, good job.

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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

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    I would take Denny over Brad anyday of the week
    Denny was cool until he decided he wanted to be more than the HC.
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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

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    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.
    Most coaches aren't around 10 years, and if they are, it's because their team isn't terrible...

    The Titans were good, then bad, then good again.
    All with the same head coach.
    I think it has more to do with personnel.


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    Re: Titans' strength lies in stability of coaching staff

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
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    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.
    Most coaches aren't around 10 years, and if they are, it's because their team isn't terrible...

    The Titans were good, then bad, then good again.
    All with the same head coach.
    I think it has more to do with personnel.
    C'mon now ... Fisher deserves a fair amount of the credit. Counting this season ... and assuming they get to the playoffs this year ... he will have made the playoffs 6 of the last 10 years ... that is a pretty good run in today's NFL.
    He was given 5 years to build when he came in and he built a Super Bowl contender for a couple of years ... had to reboot and build it again.
    All in all ... his system has remained mostly the same and players respect him and the fact that he has been around for so long. In 15 years he has only finished below .500 5 times which is pretty good (though he finished 8-8 four times).
    I think he deserves a fair amount of credit.

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