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Tennessee Titans Daily Links: High Praise For Wimbley And Morgan

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Tom Szczerbowski

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Chris Johnson is the one garnering the national media praise after his brilliant performance on Sunday and consistent improvements prior to that game, but CJ and Munch have been quick to spread the credit all over BSP. And frankly, that’s the way it should be. Since the Detroit game (throwing out the Texans game where Locker went down and Hasselbeck floundered coming off the bench) the entire offense has played much more like what we expected on week one.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 I think I made my point clear enough yesterday: Locker is our best option. Considering that Locker is no longer in pain, and he’s throwing full-time all this week, I’d feel much more comfortable if Locker was starting this week. But, it is what it is, and the FO has obviously decided to be cautious with our real franchise QB.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 PFF has some good things to say about the recent play of Kamerion Wimbley and Derrick Morgan, and some bad things to say about our overall tackling..

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Paul K gets inside the collective mindset of the Titans, and taps into the optimism at possibly getting back to .500 at the midpoint of the season.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Turns out Gray benched Babineaux for missing tackles, which was what created the extra playing time for Afalava. Word now is that Afalava will get more snaps, probably trying to take the role RoJo was unable to fulfill.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 Colin McCarthy is expected back this week! So while we have depth issues without Diles and Bailey, at least we’ll have the full starting unit of Ayers, Brown and McCarthy for this key divisional opponent.

Tennessee_titans_30x21 What is it about AFC South QBs and non-throwing shoulder injuries this season?