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#1 krunk

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:07 PM


Posted Image Titans | Tom Moore joins coaching staff Thu Nov 29, 08:49 PM

The Tennessee Titans have hired former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore to be an offensive consultant for the rest of the season.

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#2 CR91

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:17 PM

yea because that worked out so well in ny

its not T.Y its T.whatttttttttt WHAT DID T JUST DO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:31 PM

yea because that worked out so well in ny

Don't be picking on my legendary friend! :) He is a Colt 4-ever!!!!! :shoe: :helmet: :throwback: :lombardi: :coltshelmet: :coltslogo: :coltshorse: :coltsfb: :colts: :manning: !!!!!!!

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:40 PM

Don't be picking on my legendary friend! :) He is a Colt 4-ever!!!!! :shoe: :helmet: :throwback: :lombardi: :coltshelmet: :coltslogo: :coltshorse: :coltsfb: :colts: :manning: !!!!!!!


still want full explanation of why he left Colts to begin with, just never made sense after he signed with other teams , same with mudd, could of been " consultant " for as long as they were wanted, just not coaches
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Posted 30 November 2012 - 05:43 PM

yea because that worked out so well in ny

Exactly. He is a good coach, in my opinion, but coaches can only go so far. If you don't have players with the right abilities, you won't get very far. I really like Locker, but their team needs a lot of help and he needs to stay healthy.
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#6 Fx Stryker

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:36 PM

still want full explanation of why he left Colts to begin with, just never made sense after he signed with other teams , same with mudd, could of been " consultant " for as long as they were wanted, just not coaches


I seem to think he felt he got snubbed by the organization when Caldwell was hired as HC and not Tom.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:58 PM

I seem to think he felt he got snubbed by the organization when Caldwell was hired as HC and not Tom.


He said a hundred times he wasn't interested in being a head coach. The more popular belief was that Chris Polian pushed him out, and I don't really believe that one either.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 08:01 PM

He said a hundred times he wasn't interested in being a head coach. The more popular belief was that Chris Polian pushed him out, and I don't really believe that one either.


I honestly think the team and Tom just felt he was not needed any longer. Peyton ran the O.
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Posted 30 November 2012 - 08:06 PM

I thought it had something to do with his retirement and being a consultant would not have any effect on his retirement. A consultant is a contract job. This was the way I understood things but maybe someone else knows better. :dunno:

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 02:17 AM

Hey, we do live in a capitalist country & if someone values your 38 years of NFL experience & is willing to handsomely compensate you for that offensive expertise more power to you Tom why not.

As long as you are healthy & your wife & family is cool with this move & the hours that you are gone, go for it Mr. Moore. :thmup:

Thanks Krunk for the story link & this blog post too my friend! ;)
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#11 bayone

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 05:53 AM

I thought it had something to do with his retirement and being a consultant would not have any effect on his retirement. A consultant is a contract job. This was the way I understood things but maybe someone else knows better. :dunno:


thats why he became a colt consultant as couldnt stay a coach with the colts or lose retirement benefits, , could of stayed a consultant for as long as he & colts wanted, then he & mudd supposedly wanted more family time or somthing like that so retired just to go back to work ???? weird
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Posted 01 December 2012 - 07:25 AM

I seem to think he felt he got snubbed by the organization when Caldwell was hired as HC and not Tom.


read above comment, but who really knows the behind the scene stuff, just like Peytons Exit, I just didnt think Colts reason made sense
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#13 Fx Stryker

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 11:53 AM

He said a hundred times he wasn't interested in being a head coach. The more popular belief was that Chris Polian pushed him out, and I don't really believe that one either.

read above comment, but who really knows the behind the scene stuff, just like Peytons Exit, I just didnt think Colts reason made sense


Yea, I remember him saying it multiple times. Humans can be fickle sometimes though. Although I doubt Tom is like that.




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