If we're going to be successful, we're going to need great play from Rob Bironas, Craig Hentrich and newly signed kick returner Mark Jones. Even if the offense fulfills it's potential, special teams will still be the backbone of any team Jeff Fisher coaches.
Advanced stat guy (and Stampede Blue favorite) KC Joyner takes a look at Albert Haynesworth and Jason Jones in this post for the New York Times' NFL blog.
Much love to SoCalTitan for pointing out that ESPN's E:60 will be returning tonight, and the first episode features the full interview between Michael Smith and Vince Young (parts of which were leaked months ago).
Follow us through the jump to discover how three great games can impact your bottom line...
Diligent reader and commenter Ryan Sax points us towards Chris Chase at Shutdown Corner, who writes about that magical three game stretch Drew Bennett and Billy Volek had back in 2005. His totals for those three games were 28 catches, 517 yards and 8 touchdowns; the feat put him in rare company if only for a second and plumped up those stats before leaving for St. Louis after the next season.
Speaking of Bennett, don't you love how the Ravens are left to 'fill the void' of a guy who never played a snap for them? Sports journalists are dumb.
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