Paul Kuharsky was the first I saw to post the quote of the day in Titan-land yesterday:
"As long as we're winning, Kerry [Collins] is our quarterback"
Here's the part that didn't make the headlines and ESPN crawl,
"We're going to get Vince back and get his knee back and work with him getting back involved in the offense, but Kerry's going to go ahead and play for us until he struggles or whatever else happens. You saw by the way he played and just in light of everything, it just makes sense to go with this."
Jim Wyatt still believes Collins is the Titans QB 'the rest of the way', largely because he doesn't see this team losing very often.
Cortland Finnegan had his own little homage for Ocho Cinco:
The shirt is blue with No. 85 painted across the chest in orange letters. It's Finnegan's tribute to Bengals receiver Chad Ocho Cinco — his opinionated, yet friendly adversary.
"I got it about a week ago, in hopes that this game wouldn't go south," Finnegan said of the T-shirt and his planned tribute. "It didn't, so I could wear it today."
I would have used more middle fingers, but that's because I'm nothing if not classy.
The Bengals' only score came on a play where the Titans only had 10 men on the field, and apparently this turn of events made Tulloch forget how to tackle.
Bengals fan and former interviewer of Jimmy, Sportz Assassin, echos the frustrations of many Bengals fans. A good sign your team is not to be trifled with: fans want to fire everyone after you leave town.
The Titans have been occasionally playing their starting defense on punt rush situations like the one that resulted in Keith Bulluck's block and TD recovery.
Somebody says the most beat-up thing I think a Titan could say. We can only hope this person is either out on a limb or as fictional some other recent PFT reports (MDS writes for Florio in addition to his gig at the AOL Fanhouse).