Fisher doesn't see any changes coming down the pike to the NFL's overtime system. He also curiously says that he was hoping we'd lose the coin toss so that we'd have the wind to our advantage. Marty Mornhinweg thinks that logic is impeccable (I'm not saying that Fisher would CHOOSE to kick if we'd have one won the toss, but I still don't like the logic)...
Now the AOL Fanhouse is helping spread the gospel of Jared Cook, calling him our 'secret weapon'. Hell, I'll just settle for healthy, productive weapon at this point!
Michael Griffin writes about cut day in the NFL, and it's another outstanding entry in his blog for the Tennessean. Griff's blog really is a must read so far, because of the perspective he gives into the reality of the NFL for players at all levels, like this thought on being cut at the end of camp:
You’re walking away from the game not due to injury but because somebody else is telling you you’re not good enough, something you’ve probably never heard in your life.
Follow us through the jump to find our if we're the frying pan or the fire...
It's nice to know that Paul Kuharsky isn't an idiot, but many of his co-workers are:
Titans: They rank ninth, I have them fourth.
They took the defending Super Bowl champs into overtime on their home field. I didn’t think the loss -- where they showed some excellent toughness -- warranted dropping them behind the Colts, who couldn’t drop from five after a win over Jacksonville.
You can moralize all you want about Steve McNair's life outside of football and the circumstances of his brutal murder, but you have to admit the man didn't make the one mistake that almost every other pro athlete makes: the man took care of his money, and now his family is provided for long after he's gone.
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