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Time to rip the bandaid off. Start Zach Mettenberger from now until the end of the year. We are not going to win anything with the roster in it's current condition. Many playmakers are needed on defense, including an overhaul of our linebackers. A true pass rusher is needed as well from the edge. On offense our receivers need to step up and catch the darn ball. Seriously, so many drops. Delanie Walker was the only player who seemed to care. The piece missing from our offense is the trigger man. We need a franchise QB to lead this team and we might as well see what we have in Mett for the rest of the year. Starting Charlie doesn't solve anything, as admirably as he played Sunday. Andrew Luck showed how having a franchise QB can mask a lot of your team's problems. Time to see if we have one.

One of the lone bright spots from yesterday's crapfest was Bishop Sankey's first career TD.

Delanie Walker got a game ball from Paul Kuharsky as he was the only one on offense who wanted to catch anything.

The receivers are down but not out as they still think they can be the foundation of the offense, which they absolutely can be. This offense, as I've said before should be a top 10 offense with the weapons we have.

Whisenhunt says he may have overestimated the Titans. I think we all did.

PK's rapid reaction. Next week we play the Browns and I expect to lose. We are a legit 1-15 team at this point. Except when we tank we won't have a shiny Andrew Luck at the podium in April, we will have to decide whether or not we want to take on the stink fest that is Jameis Winston's off field antics. Again, start Mett and pray that he is good so that we do not have to deal with that and instead can take the best defensive player available.

Titans crushed by Colts says the Tennessean. That is putting it lightly.

Glennon says that the Titans wide outs had more miscues than receptions yesterday.

Titans Report card was not too kind to them.

Quote of the Day: "When you pray for rain, you got to deal with the mud." (In reference to those who said we couldn't be a truly terrible team and were doomed to mediocrity)

*Cue the Mett to Hunter highlights from preseason.*

Fin