JJ Cooper of AOL Fanhouse calls it: The Reign of Indy is over.
We've used a lot of surprises and tricks against the Colts in the past, but this last meeting the trick was methodically grinding the Indy defense to a pulp.
Gary Estwick thinks we should use Vince Young in trick packages, but I think if that was going to happen we would have seen it Monday Night. Now it seems like it'd just cruelly give VY false hope that he's going to become our regular quarterback sometime very soon.
Leave it to a Jaguar's site to say what we were all thinking:
Collins is 35 and supposedly in the twilight of his career, and Manning is 32 and presumably still near his prime.
Yet it was Manning who looked like the old man when Collins' Tennessee Titans defeated Manning's Indianapolis Colts 31-21, a victory that likely ended the Colts' five-year reign as AFC South champions.
Boom King didn't play against the Colts for fear that his injury could worsen, and his presence was sorely missed.
Super-duper commenter rustmeister shares his thoughts on Monday Night's game.
Titans have the league's best odds of making the playoffs at 99.5%.
Paul Kuharsky breaks down Kerry Collins' performance to discover that Kerry did a great job spreading the ball around and making completions on first and third downs.
So how in the world have the Titans only put offensive players into the Ring of Honor so far? I understand it realistically, but those teams were built on great defense, and everything else was a luxury...
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