Paul Kuharsky caught-up with Kevin Mawae, who echoed a lot of his statements on the radio last week about all things Titans. You can tell he's still bitter over not being asked to come back this year, but he gets into the lack of leadership from a certain QB, Chris Johnson's struggles and the O-line drop-off.
Current Titans center Eugene Amano is headed to the IR after reoccurring stingers in his neck. MCM can not confirm that the real reason Amano is headed to the IR is that he wore out his heels thanks to constantly being knocked back onto them...
Jim Wyatt details the one-in-a-million scenario that could eek the Titans into the playoffs at 8-8: basically the Titans have to win out, everyone else in the AFC South lose out (save for the Colts beating the Jags next week). Of course, none of that matters if this losing streak stretches to infinity, which is where it feels like it's headed at this point.
Yesterday, several Titans took underprivileged kids holidays shopping at a local sporting goods store.
And the Titans still don't have an offensive mind powerful enough to devise a plan that gets Randy Moss and Kenny Britt on the field together. /facepalm. This line of excuses is effing absurd, just for the record.
The middle of the Titans' D-line has been pointed to as a deficiency the past few weeks, specifically the effect of Tony Brown's never-ending knee issues and the lack of bulk that becomes an issue when he's not 100%.
ESPN is kicking something off called the 'Year of the Quarteback', and it involves a certain gimpy-thumbed QB we're familiar with. I'm just going to let Gramsey fill me in on what happens, because he loves him some ESPN.
I saw the headline "Early drops were deadly for the Texans" and started laughing, because I'm pretty sure that pick-six in overtime was the deadly even of the night. It's all for the best though, because any time an NFL team attempts 60 passes in one game and wins an angel losses it's wings.
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