Chuck Cecil expects better results this season, from both himself and his players. With all of the turnover lately, this season will say a lot about Cecil's ability as a defensive coordinator, and it'll say a lot about Fisher as well: does he value loyalty over results? I'm sure a lot of you already have the answer for that one.
This week we keeps it funky, we keeps it weird and we keeps rocking as we meet Sgt. Baker thanks to Primus! How much do I love Primus? I've been known to write in Les Claypool on voting ballots before if I don't like either candidate. And just for fun, here's the DVDA (Matt Stone and Trey Parker's band) version... it's got a very Morris Day and the Time feel to it.
Eddie George has jump neck-deep into his post-NFL career: acting. George was on the cover of last week's Nashville Scene for his staring role in Topdog/Underdog, and the play will open locally at TPAC tonight. Judging from what was said in the article, Eddie is preparing for this career every bit as hard as he did the NFL. No matter the results, you gotta respect that.
Good stiff after the jump...
Jovan Haye is playing 25 lbs. lighter than he did last year with the hopes of stepping up the production after a very disappointing first year with the Titans. Haye got up to 300 lbs. last year after excelling in Tampa at 275 lbs. The hope is that his explosion and endurance will spike with the lighter load.
Pat Kirwin looks at who's in and who's out of this year's playoffs, and he's smart enough to put our Titans back in the postseason.
Gwen Knapp writes about CJ2K's holdout.
Mark Miller says that CJ2K's holdout isn't working.
Have a great weekend!