Heimerdinger is no longer an ogre? Looks like Brandon Jones' plan to get in good by wearing a donkey suit and making sassy quips was all for naught...
Karl Marx would probably approve of the Titans' and Jaguars' running game philosophies, but fortunately their gameplan works in real life not just on paper.
Vince Young vs. George Jones. Who ya got? Mmmmmm, sausages.
Because I also always ate so much candy at Halloween it made me sick, here's yet another Titans' season preview!
With public access production value, this PFT video runs down their view of 'Teams That Could Implode'. After weeks of research and dedication to their craft of analysis, here's their profound insight on the Titans in its near entirety:
'There's kind of a general consensus that Tennessee will take a step back this year.'
Rob Bironas thinks missing the preseason means his leg will be fresh. I think we'd all settle for healthy... or even just 'attached'.
Terry McCormick puts the state of the Titans' offense under review, and rules there is no conclusive video evidence to overturn the call of inconclusive.
Paul Kuharsky makes the case for the AFC South as the league's toughest rodeo. John Clayton nominates the NFC East. Kuharsky makes a great point about the South's coaching stability, lead by the Titans' only coach ever, Jeff Fisher:
The only possibility of a change in the division after this season is in Indianapolis, where the Colts will push for Tony Dungy to stick around. Even if he decides to leave, his replacement, Jim Caldwell, is in place. Jeff Fisher, Jack Del Rio and Gary Kubiak have plans in place and solid backing from ownership. They are going nowhere. In the NFC East, many are considering Wade Phillips a lame duck, and the successor who's lined up, Jason Garrett, has zero experience as a head coach. If the Redskins are bad, Jim Zorn could fall under immediate pressure. And while Andy Reid should be able to coach the Eagles as long as he likes, it's not inconceivable he could walk away if he feels he has not been able to devote enough time to family matters.