In Nashville today, the Titans used the return of Albert Haynesworth and a strong second half to return to their winning ways with a 28-20 victory.
The Titans (6-5) will attempt to end their three-game losing streak in this weeks divisional match-up with the Texans (5-6). After losing consecutive games on the road to Denver and Cincinnati, the Titans are hoping that a return to the friendly confines of LP Field will translate into a much-needed victory. The Titans will be […]
The Tennessee Titans (6-5) will host the Houston Texans (5-6) Sunday with both teams trying to rebound from ugly losses last week. The Titans lost on the road 35-6 to the Bengals while the Texans fell 27-17 to the Browns. The best news for the Titans is the expected return of Albert Haynesworth, who practiced […]
It’s tough following a team from afar. Easier in this day of the internet and TV able to show every game, but still tough. This goes double with respect to football, where the media can only capture a small portion of what’s going on with the 22 guys (supposed to be) on the field on […]
The Titans suffered their third consecutive defeat in devastating fashion today, losing to the Bengals 35-6. The embarrassing loss leaves the Titans with a 6-5 record and sole possession of third place in the AFC South division. As a result of Clevelands victory over Houston (next weeks Titan opponent), Jeff Fishers squad is now one […]
The Titans (6-4) will attempt to remain in playoff contention on Sunday when they head to the Queen City to face the underachieving Bengals (3-7). Playing in a division that currently lacks a team with a losing record; the Titans will be looking to avoid a three game losing streak as they try to keep […]
Two former AFC Central division rivals will reacquaint themselves with each other when the Tennessee Titans (6-4) meet the Cincinnati Bengals (3-7) Sunday. The Bengals hosted the Arizona Cardinals last week and ended up on the short end of a 35-27 score. The Titans are in a shortened week after losing to the Broncos in […]
Happy Thanksgiving, Titans fans! Let’s talk turkey. In football, it all starts up front and the man who’s been front and center in the Titans defense this year has been Albert Haynesworth. There can be no doubt that Haynesworth was having a career year prior to his hamstring injury which caused him to miss the […]
Jeff Fisher confirmed today that RB Chris Henry has dropped his appeal of his 4-game suspension. That makes him the second Chris Henry to miss time pursuant to a suspension this year. The other? One of the Titans’ opponents this Sunday, WR Chris Henry of the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals’ Chris Henry missed the first […]
What a difference a couple of weeks make. It was only two weeks ago when the Titans were 6-2 and emerging as one of the leagues top teams. The teams great start was directly attributed to the strong play of their defense and a running game that was amongst the leagues best. Albert Haynesworth had […]
The Titans made their second and final appearance of the 2007 season on Monday Night Football, and ended up on the wrong end of a 34-20 final tally. The Bronco attack was keyed by several big plays, as all four of their touchdowns were plays of over 40 yards. For more details, see my liveblog […]
Welcome to the liveblog of tonight’s Monday Night Football game, where the Titans will be taking on the Denver Broncos at Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium. This is the Titans’ second and final appearance on Monday Night Football for the year. Back in Week 3, they defeated the Saints, 31-14. For more on that […]
As I did with the Titans’ first Monday Night Football appearance this year in Week 3 against the Saints, I will be liveblogging tonight’s Monday Night Football game against the Broncos. I hope you will join me if you are near a computer this evening.
The Titans (6-3) will attempt to recapture their winning ways when they face the Denver Broncos (4-5) under the bright lights of Monday Night Football. After suffering a disappointing loss to Jacksonville, Tennessee will be looking to earn their seventh win of the season as they try to remain in the ultra-competitive AFC playoff race. […]
As Drexel and I both commented in our game recaps, one of the surprising things about the Titans’ second game against the Jaguars this season was the change in the effectiveness of the Titans’ rushing attack. In the first game, the Titans were able to run all over the Jaguars, to the tune of 282 […]