AFC supremacy will be on the line when the Tennessee Titans play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Coming off of a frustrating loss to the Texans, the Titans will be looking to regain the form that was often on display during their impressive 10-0 start. The Steelers, on the other hand, are playing perhaps their […]
The inside track to AFC homefield advantage will be at stake when the Tennessee Titans (12-2) host the Pittsburgh Steelers (11-3) on Sunday. This week, we’ll be conducting a question and answer exchange with a Pittsburgh Steeler blogger. Anything you’d like to know in advance of this week’s AFC heavyweight showdown? Post your questions in the […]
The 2009 Pro Bowl rosters have been released and there is anything but a shortage of Tennessee Titans headed to Honolulu. Albert Haynesworth, Cortland Finnegan and Kevin Mawae were named as starters and three other Titans; Chris Johnson, Michael Roos and Chris Hope, were selected as reserves. For those who are counting, that’s a grand total […]
Now that Albert Haynesworth and Kyle Vanden Bosch will miss the rest of the regular season, the Titans are getting thin (pardon the pun) on the defensive line. When you factor in the four-game suspension Kevin Vickerson is serving, the depth is really thin at defensive tackle. Tony Brown and Jason Jones are the […]
Like death and taxes, the Houston Texans winning December football games has started to become one of life’s guarantees. Buoyed by a rare boneheaded decision by Jeff Fisher and a Herculean performance by star WR Andre Johnson, the Texans outlasted the Tennessee Titans in a 13-12 AFC South slugfest. The Titans may have lost more than a ballgame today, […]
Live chat again this week. Join me around noon CT, and we’ll have the usual fun. Texans fans welcome, too, just keep it fairly clean.
The final injury reports are out for Week 15, and here’s the scoops for the Titans and the Texans: TENNESSEE TITANSOut: Kyle Vanden Bosch (groin)Questionable: RB Quinton Ganther (hamstring), DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), RB LenDale White (knee)Probable: CB Cortland Finnegan (hamstring), CB Nick Harper (knee), LB David Thornton (hip) HOUSTON TEXANSProbable: S Will Demps (hamstring), […]
Thanks again to Matt and bfd of the Texans blog DGDB&D for participating in this week’s Q&A exchange. For their responses to my questions, check out yesterday’s post. For my answers to their questions about the Titans, see below.
Thanks to Matt and bigfatdrunk of Da Good, Da Bad & DeMeco for answering our questions about the Texans this week. Despite their irreverent description of the Titans*, I’ve generally found them to be pleasant and knowledgeable, and I hope you find their answers interesting. Plus, they both answered some of our questions, so you’re […]
Like Santa Claus and his reindeer, December has become the Houston Texans’ favorite time of the year. Since head coach Gary Kubiak took over the reigns in 2006, the Texans have saved their best football for the latter portion of the season. In 2008, after starting 3-7, Houston’s finest have won their last three games, […]
The Titans visit Houston this week with a chance to clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win and a Steelers’ loss. The Texans have been streaky this year. After losing their first four games, they won three, then lost three and then won three more.
Fellow Titans fans, we’ll be doing another question and answer exchange with a blogger for this week’s opponent, the Houston Texans. Do you have any questions about the Texans and/or this week’s game you’d like to have answered from the other side’s point of view? If so, please leave them in the comments section. I’ll […]
Folks, it’s that time of year again. Pro Bowl voting ends today and within the next week, we’ll find out how many Tennessee Titans have a trip to Hawaii in their futures. Sitting at 12-1, the Titans are currently in sole possession of the NFL’s best record. Usually, that type of success equates to heavy […]
Last week, I took a look at the Titans’ route to their two main postseason goals: winning the AFC South for the first time since 2002, and clinching home field advantage for the entire playoffs. With the win over the Browns on Sunday, the Titans reached that first goal. Now, it’s time to take an […]
For the first time since 2002, the Tennessee Titans, not the Indianapolis Colts, are the kings of the AFC South. The Titans clinched their first division title in six years with a commanding 28-9 victory over the helpless Cleveland Browns. Smash and Dash rumbled for 235 yards and the Titan defense overwhelmed a Cleveland offensive attack […]