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According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, Titans owner Bud Adams was so upset about how poorly his team played in today’s blow out loss to the Packers, that he turned his television off before the game was over.
“I was pretty upset,” Adams said, per Wyatt. “I just didn’t want to watch any more of that mess.”
Adams was asked how safe head coach Mike Munchak’s job is.
“I like Mike, I really do. But liking him and getting the job done are two different things,” Adams said. “If he is not getting the job done, that is what I have to find out. Right now, we are not looking very good. Something is wrong and I want to find out what the problem is and what needs to be done to fix it.”
Adams says he plans on sitting down with Munchak.
“I want to sit down with Mike and our guys and discuss the whole thing with them and see why we are not doing better,” Adams said. “It is not against the law to check with my people. Mike will tell me what he thinks is wrong. … I want to find out how he feel
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Old age had not tempered the tongue of Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams.
After his group was ambushed on Sunday by the Green Bay Packers in a 55-7 soul-destroying defeat, Adams directed the appropriate venom at his head coach Mike Munchak.
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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
Titans owner Bud Adams says he got so disgusted with his team's blowout loss to the Packers that he turned his television off and gave up.
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Titans owner Bud Adams said on Sunday he was so disgusted by the game that he turned off the TV before the game ended. He also sounded like a man prepared to fire Munchak.
“I like Mike, I really do,” Adams told The Tennesseean...
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Disgusted. Embarrassed. Pissed. Not enough adjectives to describe how crappy that was. Apologies to Titans fans
— Michael Roos (@MichaelRoos...
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Offense (59 total)
QB: Jake Locker 59
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 37, Jamie Harper 22, Quinn Johnson 12
TE: Craig Stevens 49, Taylor Thompson 21
WR: Kenny Britt 54, Nate Washington 47, Damian Williams 22, Michael...
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The Tennessee Titans (5-9) will play against the Green Bay Packers (10-4) on Sunday. Scheduled for a 1 pm EST kickoff the game will air on CBS from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI.
Green Bay clinched the NFC North last week with a win against the Chicago Bears, the same team that delived the Titans a 51-20 beating in early November.
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