Titans make unexpected, but decidedly necessary coaching move

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The Titans made a surprise move on Wednesday deciding to part with long time player, coach and front office member Marcus Robertson. Robertson is best known for his days starting at free safety opposite Blaine Bishop. His career with the organization has been less than stellar since his contributions shifted from on the field to off it.

Lets be honest this move was painfully necessary. The secondary has been bad for a few years now. I will give Robertson a bit of a break, he is working with the least amount of talent of any coach in the NFL at the position he coaches. Cortland Finnegan may be THE single most overrated player at his position in the NFL and the team has continued to force feed Chris Hope to us even when he is incapable of playing the strong safety position( in truth the Titans don’t have an actual strong safety on the roster). Combine this with the probable loss of Michael Griffin in free agency and nothing but youth around the room in the secondary and Munchak is just getting ahead of things before they become obvious to the public.

The secondary for the Titans has been a siv for years that was hidden by an amazing pass rush. This position is in dire need of an overhaul. Looks like the rebuild is going to include the coaches too.

 

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