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Why were the Tennessee Titans better in 2008? Let me count the ways

Coming off of a 10-6 record and a playoff appearance in 2007, the Tennessee Titans were looking to attain bigger and better things in 2008.  Contrary to the dire predictions handed out by the so-called media experts, the Titans ended the 08 regular season with an impressive list of accomplishments: a division crown, the league’s best record […]

Titans prepare for postseason play

Now that the Titans have finished the regular season with a franchise-best 13-3 record, we can now look forward to the playoffs. As the number one seed in the AFC, Tennessee will host the lowest remaining seed after the wildcard round. If Baltimore beats Miami, the Titans will host the Ravens on Saturday, January 10. […]

Battle of the backups: Colts defeat Titans 23-0

In their anti-climactic preseason regular season finale, the Tennessee Titans were shutout by the Indianapolis Colts in a 23-0 snooze-fest. The “battle” resembled a preseason matchup as both teams rested their starters for the majority of the game. The Colts dominated the time of possession and even resorted to an onside-kick with a 10-0 lead in […]

Titans vs. Colts: Gameday/Inactives

Here are this week’s inactives: TENNESSEE TITANS INACTIVES #12 WR Justin Gage #20 CB Nick Harper #28 RB Chris Johnson #50 LB David Thornton #68 Kevin Mawae #92 DT Albert Haynesworth #93 DE Kyle Vanden Bosch #98 DE Dave Ball INDIANPOLIS COLTS INACTIVES #21 S Bob Sanders #33 DB Melvin Bullitt #38 RB Dominic Rhodes […]

Titans vs. Colts: Players to watch

What a difference a year makes. In 2007’s season finale, the Tennessee Titans were fighting for a playoff spot as they visited the Indianapolis Colts. This year, the stakes surrounding the season-ender against their division rival are significantly lower. With a birth in the postseason already secured, the Titans will be looking to rest their starters […]

Previewing Tennessee at Indianapolis, Week Seventeen

There’s not much at stake here for either team, except for momentum going into postseason play. Whether the Titans win or lose, they’ll be the number one seed in the AFC playoffs. Whether Indy wins or loses, they’ll be the fifth seed. Neither team can improve their seeding, nor can they lose any ground if […]

Travis LaBoy/Antwan Odom: The Titans hardly miss ya!

Do the names Travis LaBoy and Antwan Odom ring a bell? It was just last March when the former Tennessee Titan defensive ends decided that the grass (and the money) was greener in other NFL cities. LaBoy packed his bags for the Arizona desert while Odom was signed to be the centerpiece of an underwhelming Cincinnati […]

Monday reflections on Titans-Steelers and more

They said a great defense would show up on Sunday, but the wrong one did. The defense which led the league in several categories, including the most important one — scoring defense, couldn’t stop the Titans.   The Steelers defense hadn’t allowed a 300-yard game yet this year, but the Titans ended that streak, gaining 323. The […]

Kings of the AFC: Titans defeat Steelers 31-14

The AFC road to the Super Bowl will go through Nashville. The Tennessee Titans clinched home-field advantage with a statement 31-14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Led by an efficient showing by QB Kerry Collins and an Albert Haynesworth-like effort from rookie DE/DT Jason Jones, the Titans scored 21 unanswered points in the second half […]

Titans-Steelers Gameday/inactives

Here are the inactives for the Titans/Steelers AFC showdown: Titans #8 QB Chris Simms (3rd QB) #11 WR Paul Williams #17 WR Chris Davis #38 CB Tyrone Poole #42 RB Chris Henry #66 OT Mike Otto #92 DT Albert Haynesworth #93 DE Kyle Vanden Bosch Steelers #2 QB Dennis Dixon (3rd QB) #27 S Anthony Smith #31 […]

Titans/Steelers Q&A exchange: Part II

In part I of this week’s question and answer exchange, Steel Tradition’s Jim Pete answered Total Titans’ questions regarding this week’s battle for AFC supremacy. In part II, our roles were reversed, with Jim asking the questions and yours truly providing the answers. His inquiries and my responses are after the jump. 

Previewing the Titans vs Steelers

What do you get when you have two offenses that are mediocre at best going against two stingy defenses? A very low-scoring ball game. Mother Nature won’t make it any easier. It will be cold and very windy with a chance of snow. Longjohns, several layers of clothing, ponchos and hot cider weather.   The Steelers offense […]

Titans-Steelers Friday Injury Report

Here’s the scoop in the final injury report for tomorrow’s battle for home field supremacy in the AFC playoffs: TENNESSEE TITANSOut: DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (groin), CB Cary Williams (quadricep)Probable: CB Chris Carr (illness), LB David Thornton (hip), DE Jevon Kearse (groin) Of the probable players, Carr and Thornton both missed […]

Titans/Steelers Q&A exchange: Part I

In part I of this week’s question and answer exchange, James Pete from MVN’s Steel Tradition answered Total Titans’ five questions regarding Sunday’s Tennessee Titans/Pittsburgh Steelers heavyweight matchup.   My questions and his answers are after the jump.  

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