CJ2K is setting astronomical goals for 2010 just like he did last off-season, and that's exactly what the Titans want to hear.
Paul K looks at the Titans' suit against Lane Kiffin and USC, and comes up with the short list of internal replacements who could be promoted to RB coach.
KSK lays out the legal strategy by which Jeff Fisher's mustache gets us eleventeen billion dollars from USC. Also, excellent headline gentlemen.
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Don Banks was very high on our Titans during last off-season, and even though they didn't pan out then, he continues to be a fan now. Banks ranked us 12th in his opening power rankings, which is
four 6 spots above the guaranteed-to-underachieve-again Texans.
The New York Giants are moving Keith Bulluck to the middle linebacker spot in their Tampa 2 defense. I'm a little dubious as to how well Bulluck will be able to handle the deep coverage demands of that spot coming off of such a serious knee injury at his age, but if he's even 90% of what he was the Giants will get a definitely upgrade in a key spot of that style of defense.
Titans Tracker takes an early crack at predicting the 53 man roster, with the biggest surprise being the idea of the Titans keeping 2 fullbacks at the expense of D-linemen Javon Haye and Jason Babin. Not sure if I agree with that one, but there are always a few surprises.
David Boclair meditates on the interesting off-season of two Nashville-based Johnsons: Titans stud Chris Johnson and former-Vanderbilt head coach Bobby Johnson. Perhaps the saddest part is that he wrote the headline for this story without a hint of humor.
The University of Montana, which has produced a few practice squad players for the Titans and is the alma mater of Jeff Fisher's son, will open their 2011 season as the sacrificial lambs to The University of Tennessee.
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