I want to finish with this because I think this is a narrative that is easy to trick yourself into. People keep going back and saying “Well, it is because he didn’t have a real NFL offseason to teach his scheme and to have the players learn it.”
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Alright, so then what you are saying with that is that more time under Bowen would help. If that is your argument, then you have to explain why he got worse every single month.
That’s right, instead of improving with time or getting a feel for the game and what to do, here are the Titans points allowed per game over each month of the season:
-September: 24.6 ppg
-October: 26.3 ppg
-November: 26.4 ppg
-December: 29 ppg
-January: 29 ppg
Imagine if you were at a job and you started off poorly and you kept making more and more mistakes every week. How many months do you think you could get away with it before the company had to make changes even if the boss was one of your best friends?
This can’t continue and people have to stop using the players on the field or not having enough time to implement his system as crutches to defend Shane Bowen when the evidence clearly shows that those arguments are just wrong.