Mike Herndon: Big hits and bigger misses define Jon Robinson’s tenure as Titans GM

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The news that Titans controlling owner Amy Adams-Strunk was firing GM Jon Robinson on a rainy Tuesday morning in early December was shocking. For all its warts – and we’ll get to those in detail shortly – Tennessee is currently 7-5 and on the verge of clinching its third consecutive division title, a first for this franchise since joining the NFL in 1970.Jon Robinson

Pool photo, George Walker, The Tennessean 

Robinson finishes his tenure as the top football executive for the Titans with a 66-43 record, playoff appearances in what will soon be five of seven seasons, and one AFC Championship game appearance after taking over a team that had been 5-27 in the two seasons prior to his arrival.

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