Titans news links: Breaking the streak

Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

The Tennessee Titans finally put an end to their ways of misery against the San Diego Chargers yesterday.

-Paul Kuharsky breaks down the win. He highlights Bernard Pollard's block of the field goal at the end of the first half. I had almost forgotten about that with everything that happened at the end of the game.

- Kuharsky also talked about Kenny Britt and Justin Hunter moving in different directions. Jommy wrote last night that the Titans should just go ahead and cut bait with Britt.

PK also wonders if this is Locker's breakthrough moment.

-Justin Hunter was like "Oh, snap!" when he caught the ball according to Jim Wyatt. I picked my 5-year old and ran around the room with him when Hunter caught that ball. What did you do?

-John Glennon talks about Nate Washington as a leader. It is amazing the transition that Washington has made in the last couple of years.

-David Climer says the Titans were right to sit Britt on the final drive. In related news, water is wet.

-Locker really needed a signature two-minute drive. He got one yesterday says Craig Peters of Titans Online.

-Yesterday's win in pictures.

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