Maybe we are already seeing how Mike Vrabel works Plan B

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In Mike Mularkey’s successor, we all want a coach far more capable of having and using a Plan B, or even a Plan C.


If we want to see that put in practice by Mike Vrabel, perhaps we don’t have to wait until he’s game-planning.

I wrote earlier this week that people should calm down about what we believe to be swings and misses at coordinators Ryan Day on offense and James Bettcher on defense.

It seems reasonable to think, based on Adam Schefter’s reporting, that Day was Vrabel’s Plan A. After mulling an offer he decided to pass, according to Schefter. But we are not sure.

Login to Read the Full Story

Not Already a Member?

Membership includes access to everything on the site – articles, videos and potentially podcasts. You’ll be welcome to private Periscope sessions where only members can ask questions, have a spot on a private Facebook page where we can discuss everything and get priority placement in mailbag posts. PaulKuharsky.com will provide analysis and insight on the Titans and the league that simply can’t be found elsewhere, plus occasional rants from me on non-football stuff I come across.

You are not authorised to post comments.

Comments powered by CComment