Delanie Walker says he sees a "real leader" in Jake Locker. He goes on to say that Jake is the first one in the building and is always trying to make connections.
NFL.com discusses whether or not CJ will lead the division in rushing. Warren Sapp gives a shout out to Andy "The Lobster" Levitre.
Take a look at the sub 500 teams last year and NFL.com talks about what is needed for each team to make the leap into the playoffs. Our need is a "leap" from our QB.
Best backup QB in the NFL? NFL.com debates.
Paul Kuharsky ponders whether or not Chris Johnson has changed.
Gramsey brought this link to my attention yesterday and it was discussed at certain lengths yesterday. I don't condone his activities and I'm actually very much opposed to such activities, however, this is why I don't look to athletes to be role models. However, as Pratt said, he is the franchise more or less and because of that he is held to a higher standard.
We've heard it a lot by now, but Delanie Walker will be used in the passing game more often than he has ever been used thus far in his career.
PK did a mini mailbag thats worth a look.
Football Outsider's Tom Gower gives a red flag for each AFC South team. Ours is defense.
Quote of the Day: "I honestly think it is better to be a failure at something you love than a success at something you hate." -George Burns