Keith Bulluck must be resigned by any means necessary. While everyone else on this D is whining and hiding out, Bulluck is the one out there saying what needs to be said and setting the bar for these other cats on D to reach-up to.
Oh Florio, after agreeing so briefly yesterday, it's so nice to see you stick your head right back up your rectum and find something even more absurd than usual to proclaim:
And this makes us wonder whether Fisher, who has thrived in relative anonymity since 1994 as head coach of the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Oilers/Tennessee Titans, might finally be reaching the end of the line...
With big names like Bill Cowher, Mike Holmgren, and Mike Shanahan slowly circling in search of the coming coaching carcasses, there's a chance that 80-something owner Bud Adams will decide that the time for a change has come.
Oh. how I hate that man and his irresponsible, illogical speculation.
Point number two that's pissing me off today: it appears that nobody on the Texans got fined or suspended for the skirmish on Sunday, despite the fact that even Texans fans say punches being thrown by their boys.
Follow us through the jump to find out what Titan is getting hammered for washing his hair...
Congratulations to Tennessean.com commenters for convincing themselves that Michael Griffin's shaky play this season is because he washes his dreads. That's genius.
Chuck Cecil isn't deaf, and he is hearing the chatter around town that his head will be on a populist platter if we lose Sunday despite the fact that he isn't out there getting burned by play-fakes and screwing up transitions in the secondary.
The Jets defense has looked good so far, but I still contend we don't know how they'll hold-up against a team that can really run. That being said, it's looking a lot more like the Ravens' D than I thought it would this early.
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