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2010 Tennessee Titans Film Review: Week 3 vs. New York Giants 2nd Half

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It struck me while watching this game that Justin Gage always makes the tough catch. He is 100 times more likely to catch the ball while sliding than he is a ball that hits him right in the numbers.

Speaking of Gage, he is a guy that we haven't talked about much, but I wouldn't be surprised if he gets cut before the season starts.

Our boy Alterraun Verner got burnt pretty badly by Mario Manningham, but the play was called back because of a chop block in the end zone that resulted in a safety.

Kenny Britt is a beast. He had a couple of catches in this game, including one for a TD, with a defender hanging all over him. I know I have said this 50 times this offseason, but I really hope he can get his head on straight.

As I mentioned in the post from the first half, the Titans had a lot of breaks that went their way in this game. It is amazing to give up over 400 yards of total offense but only 10 points.

I talked about this after watching the Raiders game, but this staff has to do a better job of limiting Chris Johnson's carries.  The Titans were up by nine points at the beginning of the forth quarter.  I would have given Javon Ringer a series there considering the pounding that CJ had taken in this game.

It is absolutely ridiculous that Johnson was still in there with 5:53 left and the Titans up 22-10.  He ripped off a big run to get over 100 yards for the game, but are his stats really worth the risk of having him in at that point?  Absolutely not.