The Titans are looking to rebound on Thursday against a foe that is also trying to rebound after losing 38-8 to a team we beat on the road.
This was published a while ago, but Jurrell Casey is on the All-22 Grantland team for just being a destroyer of worlds.
In the most disappointing news of the year, Locker is out for the year with a Lis Franc injury.
Paul Kuharsky ponders whether or not Locker is injury prone or just unlucky. Either way, he can't seem to stay on the field.
Here's the snap report from Sunday's game.
Bill Polian is still a Jake Locker fan. I am also, and hopefully when there is a coaching staff turnover, the new regime likes him too but has a contingency plan.
Tommy Smith thinks the Titans can regroup and contend for a playoff spot. This is my greatest concern that if we fail, no changes will be made.
Munch's practice report can be found here.
Quote of the Day: Will be a video today. I missed saying something about Veterans day yesterday, but I just first want to say thanks to all the veterans in the community. You guys are the real heroes, the role models. You keep us back home safe and sound while risking life and limb overseas and as well as in the states. Days like yesterday are a reminder for me that sports aren't the most important thing in the world. However, sports can be a platform for one of the most important things in the world, family. Which is why ESPN's special with Veterans reuniting with their families brought me to tears. If anyone can find the one that aired last night, please post in the comments. For now, here's the one they aired this summer. Seriously, try not to get emotional. Again, I'm sorry I'm a day late on this, but in the comments please share if you or a family member is a veteran. For me, my grandpa and my uncle are the vets in my family. My grandpa is a WWII vet and my uncle served in the Navy.
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