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it's all a matter of perspective, I guess
Jim Wyatt says the Titans believe they're much closer to being a competitive team than most observers would believe. You can count me among the unbelieving at this point, because until I see a team out there who can at least be competitive on a regular basis, regardless of the level of competition, it's hard to believe they'll fix the problems that have plagued them over the past couple of years.
Mike Munchak blames some of Hass' struggles on the fact the we're constantly playing from behind when he gets in there. However you could say the same think about Jake, and he manages to make plays.
Javon Ringer that viscous hit on Sunday, but examinations show no significant damage to his ACL. Ringer could possibly return in 4-6 weeks, so it looks like the Titans are going to try and let him get healthy and avoid the IR. Of course, that could change if more injuries take precedent.
Matt Rybaltowski from over at SI.com has a long piece on the Titans' struggles this season.
The one aspect of the game against the Vikings that wasn't all bad: we didn't get thrashed by a TE! Now the question is, was Zach Brown's heavy snap count the difference?