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Titans WR responds to AJ Brown's comments on Titans culture

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Tennessee Titans WR Robert Woods spoke to the media on Zoom on Tuesday, giving great answers about Titans culture and head coach Mike Vrabel.

Woods was answering a question referring to an interview AJ Brown gave to a senior NFL insider. Josina Anderson on her live stream show crew.

Brown told Anderson in an interview that things were “not fun” in Tennessee and that playing for the Philadelphia Eagles was more free and fun to express yourself.

Woods’ response to that is sure to please Titans fans.

Woods was asked if he believed Brown’s “unfunny” comment was true and how Tennessee compared to culture during his tenures in Buffalo and Los Angeles.

Here’s what the veteran WR had to say.

“I think every coach and team has their own style and philosophy. Woods said.

“Well, Tennessee, it’s serious. We need people and teams who are serious about winning and I think that’s how we do it in practice and at work. “

According to Woods, that culture is evident through the expectations of every player in the building, and enjoyment is the result of preparation.

“You have to come in and work with purpose. Whether it’s in the weight room or the movies… Know your job, understand your mission.” Woods said.

“I think if you can do that, you will understand your task and understand what you are doing. When you go out there on Sunday, you can have fun, play fast, play loose. Sunday is our day. The entire week is a working week. “

So you have it. That’s your winning mentality. Straight out of the mouth of a 10 year veteran. Super Bowl Champion.

Robert Woods has been his fair share of winning cultures and successful franchises. He has seen and lived what it takes to come out on top.

Winning is fun, but if your roster lacks focus and work ethic and you can’t do the job the right way, you won’t be able to win at all.

Brown may be content with his new freedom in Philadelphia, but Mike Vrabel’s madness has a way. Despite the criticism he received at the start of the 2022 season, he remains the NFL Coach of the Year. He still wins his fourth straight season and brings his third straight playoff appearance to a franchise that has been mediocre for a decade.

And don’t pretend that Vrabel’s authoritative coaching style robs him of his sensibilities. Vrabel is valued for his personal connection with his players more than any coach in the NFL.

In short, he knows how to win, and the one who thrives in Tennessee is someone who prioritizes work and success over “fun.”

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