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Tennessee Titans Morning Links: Heroes, Goats And Somebody Named Mindy McCready Edition

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Tennessee_titans_30x21 The Tennessean breaks down 5 things the Titans must do to beat the Ravens and remain undefeated.  Oddly enough, score more points than the opponent by the end of the game is not one of them.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Now here's a true Titan: Vincent Fuller spent many tough years behind enemy lines so that he could be drafted by us and give recon about how Baltimore goes about their business. You see, to defeat your enemy, you must first understand them... yeah... that's the ticket:

"It's Baltimore,'' Titans safety Vincent Fuller said. "I remember being a kid in Baltimore watching the Titans-Ravens games and seeing how much animosity seemed to be on the field. Coach Fisher has already reminded us of that, what it's going to be like.''

Tennessee_titans_30x21 What's your favorite/worst memory from the Titans-Ravens rivalry?  Terry McCormick has the highlights either jog your memory or pull the scab off that wound.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The staff of the AFC South Blog Paul Kuharsky revamps a new weekly segment called "Unsung Hero and goat".  This week's unsung heroes are Cortland Finnegan and Nick Harper, while the first goat is rookie TE Craig Stevens for not staying in bounds in the end zone on that simple catch.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The Freak won't have to face the Fuzz until January 6th... guess the judge doesn't like our playoff chances.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Mike Florio takes needless rumor mongering to a new low with assists from Albert Haynesworth, Mindy McCready and TMZ.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 The excellent Teresa M. Walker from the Associated Press gives the Titans daps for keeping a veteran back-up rather than a project QB, and throws in an angle the rest of the word has missed:

[on reacting after Kerry took over] And the rest of the Titans? Call it the Pacman effect. They became experts at focusing on football and ignoring soap opera while playing with cornerback Adam Jones before his trade to Dallas in April. So having help from SWAT officers and crisis negotiators to check on the quarterback's emotional well-being is nothing.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 An Indianapolis media outlet shows the Titans some love... nothing mind blowing here, just nice to see others 'kiss the ring'.