Chris Johnson made his annual prediction to the media, but this year he was kind enough to put a team goal ahead of his own. David Climer approves.
We'll dive in to more of this on MCM Radio tonight, but Thorchak dropped his mythical hammer on a slew of veterans during the final roster cut.
John Glennon breaksdown the Titans' schedule and covers the current state of each opponent.
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So forget those PFF guys, and settle in for Bill Barnewell's in-depth preview of the TItans, among others, over at Bill SImmons' ESPN closet, Grantland.com (named for Vanderbilt-alumnus and Tennessee Native Grantland Rice, btw). H/T to oilertitan for the link.
With the news that Peyton Manning's ridiculous consecutive start streak may be in jeopardy, Mike Sando takes a look at the top 12 starts streaks behind Manning. Jake Scott is the lone Titan on the list, with 104 consecutive starts, though CJ has the second longest consecutive starts streak among active running backs with 32 straight.
What a complete and utter failure of research. Not saying I disagree with the conclusion, but you can't just run around citing sources like that all willy-nilly.
Peter King covers the great story of Mark Herzlich making the Giants active roster. Herzlich survived a rare form of bone cancer, and was able to finish his career at Boston College. However, he didn't get drafted back in April, so making the Giants' roster is no small achievement for Herzlich.
Owen Spencer didn't catch on with the Titans this year, but he did land on Seattle's practice squad.
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