We'll never know if Damian Williams made that near TD catch in-bounds or not thanks to a lack of sufficient camera angles available on the replay. The foot in question was obscured by a shadow, and there was only one camera angle provided since this snoozer of a match-up drew the smallest and least talented broadcast crew CBS could muster.
Paul K wraps up yesterday's awful loss, just in case you want to read more about that...
Paul K also looks at the success rates of Henne vs. Gabbert when it comes to throwing down field. While I doubt Henne can keep up his current hot streak, there's absolutely no doubting that the Jags would probably have as many wins as we do if Henne had started all season; and that says more about how awful Gabbert is than how valuable Henne is.
Sick of the yearly pattern of getting your hopes up about this team after a nice win, only to have them come out and lay a complete egg against a team who's been a league doormat? So is David Climer.
Matt Rybaltowski from CBSSports.com grades the Titans unit-by-unit, and tabs our red zone impotency as the chief cause of yesterday's loss.
In case you blinked late last week: The Titans waived O-Lineman Kyle DeVan and promoted running back Darren Evans from the practice squad. The move was made to provide some depth while Jamie Harper recovers from an ankle injury and Reynaud splits his time between return specialist, WR and RB.
Jordan Babineaux getting benched has become so common place bookies have probably started running an over/under line on in which quarter Gray will yank him next.