"Everyday is a new day,
I'm thankful for every breath I take..."
Amy Adams Strunk vows to bring the Titans back to glory! She wrote a letter to season ticket holders promising to do everything in her power to bring the Titans back to their winning ways. She also said the Titans won't be raising ticket prices. Daggum right you ain't! Honestly I wish I could go to a home game every week they are at home. I can imagine constantly witnessing losing, and spending money to witness that losing, can wear on a person though. Winning will help a lot.
Three of the Titans new coaches were previously out of the league before coming here. According to Mularkey they were just looking for the right spot. Again; I'm not overly thrilled with this coaching staff. It is what it is at this point. All I care about is if they can help get us some wins, and help players actually grow in their abilities.
Speaking of new Titans coaches; Matt Ryan gives a glowing review of Robiskie. Ryan has been around Robiskie for the past 8 years, and believes he will do an awesome job. He states Robiskie has a great knowledge of the offense and the passing game. Helping our passing game would be so huge for this offense. Please make this offense l
ike the 80s Raiders better, Terry!
Could Robinson take a page out of Gettleman's (Panthers GM) book, and not fire people? Gettleman realized that instead of firing people he could influence those around him with his way of thinking, and now they are seeing success because of that.
The elite OT Michael Oher played a year for the Titans. Despite his short time here, where he showed complete dominance over opposing players, he learned a lot. Hard to believe, but there were things he could have done better during this time here, and after he was let go he reflected on those things. (Seriously though: good for him for learning something from his time here, and trying to become a better player).
Another previous O-Lineman for the Titans is also playing for the Panthers now. Fernando Velasco spent 5 seasons with the Titans. During his time here he learned that perseverance really matters, and that you have to keep fighting every day.
Grams' current favorite player, Cam Newton, idolized our beloved Steve McNair when he was growing up. He went to one of McNair's camps in Nashville and was amazed at how involved with the kids he was. Dang I miss Steve.
That's all for today. Happy reading!