Jim Wyatt takes a long look back at the play that defined the Titans in Nashville and gave this blog its namesake.
Speaking of namesakes, here's where I got mine: Wharf Rat by the Grateful Dead!
Nick Harper was cleared for contact yesterday, but it's still unclear if he'll be active for Sunday's game since he hasn't hit anyone in a month and simply isn't as good as the guy he'll displace...
Follow us through the jump to find out about drops and more...
Paul K takes a look at the catch rates and drop rates around the league and finds that Justin Gage had the 10th worst catch rate (44.9%) among wide receivers who had been targeted at least 25 times.
This turn-around from the miserable early losses confirms that two things mean pretty much everything to a Jeff Fisher team: lots of sacks and winning the turnover battle.
David Stewart still hasn't practiced with his strained hamstring, which makes it more likely that Leroy Harris will get his second straight start at right tackle.
Gary Estwick talks to Justin Gage about his injury, and manages to not make it sound like it came from Teen People.
Having loosely watched last night's 49ers-Bears game on the NFL Network, I was struck by the unpredictability of Jay Cutler throwing 5 INTs to a team Vince Young just threw 0 INTs to the week before.
Good notes and quotes from the Titans Team Report on Yahoo!.
Chris Johnson is making Bills fans and analysts shake in their boots. I don't think CJ lights it up as much as some folks think this Sunday even if the Bills have the worst run defense in the NFL, but that's mostly just because the obvious things almost never work out in the NFL.
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