The minute it gets added to Hulu I'll link it, but on last night's episode, a very important announcement was made:
(upon seeing the Nordic immigrants from Odgenville wearing Vikings gear)
Milhouse: Minnesota Vikings apparel? This is Tennessee Titans Country!"
You damn right it is! *
Vinny Fuller had a shot to go several other places in fee agency this year, but he feels more confident than ever that the Titans were the right fit for him.
The Titans rookies are finally going to be on the field with the veterans today, so expect some good notes in the coming days about how these youngsters look playing against men, rather than other rookies.
The influx of talent at the WR position doesn't just make it better on gameday, but adds an extra level of competitiveness that the returning scrubs haven't seen yet. Let hope it pushes them to a new level.
Paul K's mailbag has some good stuff on every team in the division.
Lots of good stuff to catch-up on in the Titans Yahoo! Team Report, including Crazy Legs stepping-up in the passing game and Tony Brown trying to fill the leadership void left by Albert.
Kerry Collins is still writing songs for the armpit of a dying industry. But, as long as it makes him happy, more power to him. He's probably the one songwriter on Music Row who doesn't have an extensive resume of jobs in either construction or the restaurant industry.
I'm not usually one to jump down an athlete's throat when they say something dumb, but this is single handily the most arrogant, annoying and infuriating oblivious statement ever made by an athlete. I hope Harrison changes his mind, and when he shows up at the White House Obama is wearing a Bears jersey... you know why? Because screw him that's why. Even if you hated the President you answer that bell when you're called and you respect the office, period.
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