Deuce Lutui's personality is bringing a nice shot of levity and comfort to our offensive line, which hasn't had a lick of that since Mawae was let go. Of course, that shouldn't be a huge surprise since you'd figure anyone who grew up with the name ‘Deuce' would have to have developed a healthy sense of humor by this point.
With 6 games left to play, Chris Johnson is on track to end the year with his second highest rushing yardage total.
Among those 6 remaining games are 4 must-win divisional games thanks to the NFL's mind-numbing scheduling formula.
Titan Sized asks what we've learned about Jake Locker. And the answer is: he's the living embodiment of #LWSS.
Paul K lays out why he thinks the Texans will make the Super Bowl, but forgets the ultimate counter-argument: they're still the Texans. There's an inherent strain of impending disappointment built into that.
There's a lot of debate among the hipper sects around Nashville about a new bill aimed at
stopping slowing down the insidious practices of Satan ticket brokers, who use computer programs to buy blocks of prime tickets unfairly then resell them at an inflated price on the secondary market. There aren't enough teeth in the bill to help Titans fans who want to pay a fair price for a lower-bowl ticket on Sunday, that's why I suggest they increase the mandatory punishment to chemical castration and public shaming. I'm fine with the fact that tickets for concerts have skyrocketed when the money is going to the artist; that's the payoff for music being cheap as hell. But the fact that people do this as a business proposition drives me up a wall.
Paul K and his ESPN blogging brethren had a spirited debate on who is having the better rookie season: Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson or RGIII.
This one is for the local fans who watch the Titans in the Nashville market: You are now free to leave Carnival Kia without seeing Jerry Bostick...