Congratulations to Chuck Cecil for being inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday. Cecil was an All-American defensive back at Arizona State University in the mid-1980's, and certainly deserves to be remembered among the elite college players of all time (note: if you're going to click on this link, get ready for a very sad aside covering Chris Spielman).
Terry McCormick looks at the Titans' playoff chances, which we posted on Sunday night.
Boom King may not be getting it done on the field quite like he has in the past, but he's still leading the way in community work, and that's why he's been announced as the 2009 Titans Walter Payton Man of the Year Award winner. This puts him in the running for the league-wide version of the award.
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If you're coming to the game Sunday, bring a toy for needy kids or gramsey and his fellow Marines will drop the hammer!
If Jim Wyatt and crew ever knew 4 or 7 things about the Titans the whole sports section of their site might just implode.
Here's the primary reasoning for why CJ couldn't be the MVP even if he breaks 2,000 yards: the MVP should go to the best player on the best team, rather than the best player in the league. I personally think that's a load of crap, and that it completely misses the fact that football is the greatest team sport in the world. I mean, this is what we mock and complain about with the Heisman Trophy, isn't it?
The only way you can make this case and not be laughed at by me is if you are blind, or continually blindfolded. Also, the thing they're misrepresenting about the their 'mystery quarterback' is that he needed some tweaks on his largely excellent mechanics (as opposed to a complete overhaul), and that QB had 6 between graduating from college being a successful starter in the NFL.
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