Happy New Year, everybody. When Vince Young took over as Titans quarterback following the bye week this year, the question every Titans fan was interested in seeing answered was whether or not VY had used his time on the bench wisely, whether or not he had decided to put in the hard work necessary to […]
As we all know, Albert Haynesworth departed Nashville for the financially greener pastures of Washington D.C. last offseason. To some degree, most of us figured that his absence would be felt on the Titan defense in 2009. Of course, it’s hard for a unit to improve when you lose such a talented specimen who wreaked […]
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The Seattle Seahawks, who will host the Tennessee Titans this week, are not a good team. They’re now a team with a 5-10 record on a three-game losing streak. If not for a very weak schedule, the Seahawks could easily be 2-13 right now. Two of their wins came against the cellar dwellers in their […]
Pop quiz time. Which of the following things do you know Joe DeLamielleure for the most? A. His advocacy for retired NFL players benefits. B. He’s in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. C. He led the “Electric Company,” the o-line which turned on the juice for O. J. “the Juice” Simpson. DeLamielleure’s bio on […]
Next weekend, the Tennessee Titans (7-8) will conclude their topsy-turvy 2009 campaign with a visit to the Emerald City to face the Seattle Seahawks (5-10). As usual, we’ll be conducting a question/answer exchange with a blogger/writer who muses about the Titans’ upcoming opponent. Have any questions you’d like to ask? Feel free to post them […]
Will CJ become CJ2K? Now that the playoffs are no longer a possibility for the Tennessee Titans, there’s not a lot left to play for, other than records and experience for younger players. There are some prestigious and attainable single-season records that the Titans’ offense and Chris Johnson will be striving to achieve in the […]
For all intents and purposes, the 2009 NFL season is over for the Tennessee Titans. Marred by self-inflicted wounds in the form of back-breaking penalties and three costly turnovers, the Titans were defeated handily by the surging San Diego Chargers 42-17. Vince Young had his worst game since being re-inserted as the team’s starting QB, […]
The list of inactives is out and includes the following Titans: LB Keith Bulluck, WR Dominique Edison, CB Rod Hood, DE Jevon Kearse, T/G Troy Kropog, RB Alvin Pearman, RB Javon Ringer, TE Craig Stevens My condolences to anybody hoping to see Hood rather than the questionable, yet active Nick Harper. No starting lineup changes are listed, […]
Thanks to Ross Warner of the Chargers site Justice Is Coming for participating in this week’s Q&A session. Thanks to Scott and Andrew for suggesting questions (sorry, Scott, I didn’t get your until after I’d sent the email to Ross). Questions and answers follow beyond the jump.
Tomorrow, the Tennessee Titans (7-7) and the San Diego Chargers (11-3) will square off in a Christmas Day battle at LP Field. There’s no love lost between these two foes, who competed against one another in two late-season matches in 2007. The Chargers greatly endangered the Titans’ playoff hopes that year with their 23-17 OT […]
As we normally do, we’ll be doing a Q&A with a Chargers blogger before this Friday’s Christmas night game. If there are any questions you’d like to me ask, please post them below and I will ask them.
Veteran linebackers Keith Bulluck and David Thornton will be placed on Injured Reserve, Titans coach Jeff Fisher announced today. Bulluck’s MRI revealed a torn ACL and the Titans decided to go ahead with surgery for Thornton’s injured pectoral muscle. It didn’t look good when Bulluck left the field Sunday afternoon. It looked worse when the […]
With yesterday’s overtime victory over the Dolphins, the Tennessee Titans joined the six-member club of AFC teams sitting at 7-7. Along with the five other squads, the Titans are also desperately clinging to slim postseason aspirations due to being a game behind the Ravens and the Broncos with two games to play. Here’s a quick […]
Despite blowing a seemingly insurmountable 18-point second half lead, the Tennessee Titans kept their slim playoff hopes alive with their 27-24 OT win over a very resilient Miami Dolphins ballclub. After his botched interception attempt put the Dolphins in position to tie the game in regulation, Michael Griffin redeemed himself with an overtime INT that […]