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Titans Fire Both WR Coaches

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big2033   
6 minutes ago, Jamalisms said:

I also accept your intellectual surrender, Napoleon.

LOL you've become the Black Knight from Monty Python ... I admire your attempts to save face though.

 

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patsplat   

This move keeps being used as a hint of our draft plans.  If we don't get a stellar WR coach there's a valid argument to not waste time drafting players you can't manage.

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2 hours ago, TitanDuckFan said:

I'm gonna laugh my ass completely off if it turns out Mularkey was even more dissatisfied with this offense than @Jamalisms.

The more he changes, the happier I'll be and the more Cheddar Bob and Napoleon will insist I'm unhappy because it shows Mularkey adapting ... and obviously he'd adapt because he's better than Bill Belichick and everyone should have known.

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big2033   
25 minutes ago, Jamalisms said:

The more he changes, the happier I'll be and the more Cheddar Bob and Napoleon will insist I'm unhappy because it shows Mularkey adapting ... and obviously he'd adapt because he's better than Bill Belichick and everyone should have known.

The Black Knight has returned for another thrashing!

I love the attempt to throw "changes" in there.

As if Mularkey is going to have a @Jamalisms epiphany and finally decided to see things your way.

Only a shortsighted moron expects an offense with a second-year QB to completely remain the same in year three, four, five, etc.

If Mularkey doesn't continue to expand and adapt as Mariota expands and adapts he'll be a stopgap coach.

Is Seattle the same as when Russel Wilson first got there? Are the Packers with Aaron Rodgers? Are the Patriots with Brady? Are the Falcons? Are the Raiders? 

Hell is Mariota the same as when he started this year? It's called growing the offense with your QB. Protect him first - ie. give him a running game, o-line etc. Build from the inside then expand to the outside.

LMAO you don't need to be Bill Belichick to do this. It's a fairly normal thing to do with a young QB and offense.

The only person who couldn't see this as a fairly normal way to build around your QB is you.

I hope Mularkey's not satisfied. Our QB is just in his second year.

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