Paul K has some hilarious knee-jerk reactions about all 32 NFL teams, and his version for the Titans is culled right from the lunch-time radio show he's a part of on 104.5 The Zone.
I always love it when people realize that CJ's best runs start out between the tackles... for the most part, it's been that way for 4 years now.
OK, there's no way Kendall Wright is nearly as bad as former MCM Radio guest Nate Dunlevy says he is. To wit: Wright has a catch rate better than 20+ receivers on the FO list. Wright hasn't lit the world on fire so far, but the guy hasn't disappointed me one bit.
How in the hell did Tommie Campbell go from borderline starter in the preseason to not even garnering a defensive snap? I'm sure there's a reason, and the mental mistakes on special teams may be it, but this is one area where I believe Gray is making a huge mistake.
"It's the way they've gotten blown out in all three of their losses," he said. "And I'm sure that when they came into the season, they thought the Vikings game would be a winnable game. Now it looks a lot tougher for them."
Jared Cook made an appearance at Madison Middle School for Child Health Week.
Sam Monson of ProFootballFocus.com breaks down tape from every NFL game, and here he takes an inside look at the Titans, and the reports aren't very inspiring:
- If you can get past the corners to the safeties, you will succeed against Tennessee. Throwing at any of the three who have played more than 150 snaps this season is netting a QB rating of over 108.
- No Titans defender has more than one sack yet, and nobody on the defense has batted down a pass.
- The Titans offense gets rid of the ball quickly. Hasselbeck was the quickest QB in the NFL last year with an average time to pass of 2.4 seconds.
- Roos has allowed just six total pressures on 160 pass blocking snaps so far this year.
Former Titan Chris Carr has landed with the San Diego Chargers.