PFF recaps their most recent 'Secret Superstar' post from back in the Spring, which is a good read for anyone who needs to be reminded just how great the Klug/Case tandem could be this year.
PFF also takes a look at the first-round players' performances in the preseason, and they confirm that Kendall Wright should give everyone reason to be excited:
Starting from the first game, he's been impressive in two of the three considered here. After picking up 47 yards against the Seahawks, he then made Patrick Peterson look bad on two important catches vs. the Cardinals.
Darius Reynaud is used to making an NFL roster as a kick returner, but everyone is hopeful that this time he can make an impact on offense as well.
Paul K posted what he thinks the AFC South teams are thinking, and his view of the Titans is much more rosy than Nate Dunlevy's preview on MCM Radio last night. if the Colts and their fans really feel good about this year, they may be in line for a boat load of disappointment.
He guys, turns out our last game against the Patriots wasn't very pretty at all. In fact, Titans fans often place it in the mix with slavery, 9/11 and Reagan's AIDS policy as the most emotionally devastating crimes to happen on American soil.
Leroy Harris is still struggling to get past his nagging knee injury, and he's hopeful the extra rest will help him be ready enough to be thoroughly mediocre for the opener.
ESPN's scribes are not fans of the Titans, as evidenced by the preseason power rankings.
Only two of SI's contributors predict that we will make the playoffs, and one of them just happens to be a former executive in the Titans/Oilers front office.
Terrance Wheatley was one of the names put on the IR the day of the final round of cuts, and now the Titans have reached an injury settlement with the veteran CB. As is the case with all players who agree to an injury settlement, Wheatley can sign with any other team immediately, but he can't re-sign with the Titans until week 9.