I can't remember the last time Fisher just lit-up some NFL refs, but that's certainly what happened yesterday... this is about as close to a tirade against the zebras as you'll see:
Officials made things even tougher on the Titans, according to Fisher. He said receiver Kenny Britt was interfered with in the end zone on a fourth down and Washington was held on a play that would have resulted in a first-and-goal. He questioned a holding call against guard Eugene Amano on second-and-goal at the 1.
"I am not sitting here pointing a finger at things that were called and not called,'' Fisher said. "I will say I was very disappointed in a number of things that were called incorrectly or not called. But we have to overcome those.''
I'm still stunned at the no-call with Britt in the endzone. I was livid at the time and just at a loss now: I mean when a defender palms a WR in the face while he has his back to the ball--which is already in the air--how can that no be a penalty you could call from the press box? Never mind when it happens wight in front of you?
Apparently Vince Young did get a knee contusion on Sunday, though Fisher said it's not serious and won't cause him to miss any playing time.
In other injury news, Jared Cook will see a neurologist after he received a concussion covering a kick-off on Sunday. Meanwhile Jason Jones could he headed to see a specialist for his lingering shoulder problems, and could end-up on the IR if he doesn't show some improvement quickly.
Teresa Walker of the AP evaluates where Vince Young is in his comeback/ressurection/absolvement of our sins, and likes the progress so far.
With one streak over, it's time for our guys to concentrate on starting another wining streak.
Despite the loss on Sunday, Chris Johnson remains fourth on the PFT MVP list.
In PLEASE DO THIS CUS IT'LL ACCELERATE YOUR RATE OF SUCK news around the AFC South, Florida Governor Charlie Crist is encouraging the Jacksonville Jaguars to draft the positionless Tim Tebow in April, if for no other reason than to sell tickets in a stadium that has been blacked-out repeatedly over the past few years...
Every time you read a great Titans story and don't share the link via Fanshots or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org, another writer calls Stephen Jackson the best running back in the NFL; is that what you want!!!????!!??!!?!