Look at Mike Munchak's quality control coaches now

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- When Mike Muchak was booted by Tommy Smith and Ruston Webster after the 2013 season, it was primarily because he would not make significant changes to his coaching staff after three years at the helm of a team for which he played 12 seasons and served as an assistant coach for 17 more.

The Pro Football Hall of Famer did not assemble a great staff.

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Having spent his entire career with one franchise limited his network, but he was also put in a bad spot in 2011 when Bud Adams waited too long to make a final decision on Jeff Fisher and then hired Munchak last, by a lot, after the other new NFL coaches had time to assemble their staffs.

But one spot where Munchak crushed it was with the young, entry-level spots on his staff.

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