Jim Wyatt says that Fernando Velasco has stepped-up nicely over the past year, and the coaching staff is saying they have a lot of faith in his ability to step in as needed. Velasco has been practicing at all three interior O-line spots, which is worth noting since two out of those three spots are currently filled by guys on the last year of their contract.
Glennon says this Titans team is still looking for their identity.
Most of our opponents for 2012 have been decided, and the named parties include the Patriots, Jets, Bears, Lions, Bills, Dolphins, Packers, Vikings, Colts, Texans, Jaguars and couple more opponents who aren't set in stone yet.
Schwartz kinda overreacted, but Harbaugh should know to act like you've won a tight game before.
On the heels of that loss, the Texans are going to be a desperate, scarred group walking in to Nashville on Sunday. I mean we should still thump them mercilessly, especially with an extra week to prepare. If we come out flat, you have to put that one on the coaches.
Reading through the Audibles at the Line by Football Outsiders, this tidbit from the Texans loss stuck-out as especially noteworthy... does anyone have video of a gif Haynesworth-lite?
Brian McIntyre: Texans defensive end Antonio Smith picks up two personal fouls in a span of three plays. Both times he was taking exception to being blocked by Andre Gurode.
Rivers McCown: Didn't see the second one because they didn't replay it, but Smith got his money's worth on the first one. Stomped Gurode's face up pretty bad, and even got his helmet off.
Vince Verhei: What is it about Andre Gurode's face that makes it so eminently stompable?
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