Cortland Finnegan has no doubt in his mind that he can take down Big Ben... without a running start. I'm not so sure, but I've also learned that telling Cortland he can't do something is the best way to get it done.
Nate Washington and Justin Gage have been bonding over the fact that they're both guys who overcame tremendous odds and worked hard to create their own breaks... well that makes it sound like they end the conversation by both leering at Kenny Britt and forcing him to do something humiliating...
Follow us through the jump to find out which Titan is more excited about tomorrow than Nate Washington...
Mike Tomlin made a big impression on Nate Washington, and one note in particular serves as a regular motivation for the wide-out.
No wonder these were the yahoos paying Mike Florio before he grew-up into an NBC shill: The Sporting News ranked the top 100 NFL players, and the first Titan on the list is Chris Johnson at no. 70. You read that list though, and it's obvious that hype and name recognition are the most important qualifications: How else would Ray Lewis be no. 11 (this isn't 2001, folks) and Roethlisberger be no. 12 (3rd overall QB and 6 spots ahead of Drew Brees)?
T-Rac's Posse previews almost every strength, weakness and question heading into tomorrow's game against the Steelers.
The Jets continued their pilfering of former Titans by signing MLB Ryan Fowler. It'll be Fowler's return to the 3-4 defense he played in Dallas after spending his time here in a 4-3 system.
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