Farewell fellow Titans fans. I have been banished from my favorite website (MCM) for posting conspiracy theories. I know how Vince Young feels right now: it’s tough being the smartest, hardest working and gifted person on the team and then be unfairly cast aside for the less talented. I am sure that all of you are happy that I will never post another conspiracy theory again.
The corporate bosses at MCM has apparently decided to restrict my account privileges by not allowing me to comment, reply or be a part of any of the discussions on this blog.
What are the bigwigs at MCM afraid of? Are they concerned that “Black Helicopterz”has jumped the shark or are they cowering in fear that I will someday realize my dream of becoming the editor in chief and clean house from top to bottom by firing everyone associated with this blog?
Will I offend the management’s sensibilities if I say that choosing Jake Locker to start on week one was always a win, win situation for the head coach? If the Titans beat the Patriots, the head coach can go before the media and say “I put Jake in as the starter and damn, he just the beat the great Tom Brady.”And if the Titans lose, the coach can say “I put Jake in as the starter and damn, he just lost to the great Tom Brady.”
Is it too controversial for me to post that the Titans coaching staff didn't really make a bold decision when they named Jake Locker the starter for the regular season? My view is that the coaching staff made the right decision to name Jake as the starter rather than it being “a bold decision.”
I am convinced that sometime within the last 8 months the quarterbacks coach, the offensive coordinator and the head coach and possibly the general manager or an unidentified fourth person all met in a secure room together somewhere either near or at the Titans facility and made the correct decision to put Jake at the helm. These three men, with possibly a fourth or fifth person involved, began a process that will make Jake Locker an elite quarterback among the up and coming class of the NFL quarterbacks and their action will make the Titans a perennial super bowl and playoff team for 2013 and beyond.
Enough about the Titans, I have bigger fish to fry. My personal circumstances have become worse by the day. MCM security thugs monitor and follow me everywhere I go, even to the post office where their agents pose as little old ladies or clerks working behind the counter. They don’t think I see their goons disguised to resemble ordinary regular looking people acting as if they are preoccupied with their lives. Oh no, they can’t trick me, these assassins smile and look at me in odd and strange ways, but their motives are clear to me.
I do not know how long I will have before MCM pulls the plug on this post. Maybe I should compromise my views and get in their good graces by saying I am a visitor from another SB Nation blog and that I just dropped by to say nice things abo