Tennessee Titans: Could Mike Munchak be the New Jim Zorn or Andy Reid?

February 9, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After Jeff Fischer's 16th year as head coach, Bud Adams decided to vacate his position in favor of hiring Mike Munchak. Munchak is a hall of fame offensive guard that played for the Houston Oilers (now Tennessee Titans) for twelve seasons, including nine Pro Bowl selections and ten first- and second-team All-Pro selections.

Following his career as a player, Munchak became an offensive assistant for two seasons before working as an offensive line coach for fourteen years. He has spent his entire professional career with the organization, and is widely considered one of the best teachers in the league. Since the announcement was made that Munchak would be the new head coach, many players and coaches have praised him ubiquitously as one of the finest football minds and best businessmen working in the League.

Since taking the position, Adams made it known that Munchak has leeway to get who he feels will fit the new regime as it goes into next season and beyond. Munchak respo...

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