- It’s late October, so it’s definitely that time of year that a certain group of retired Floridians get their little bit of the spotlight (and no, I’m not talking about the presidential election). While we in Nashville are enjoying the Titan’s best start to a season by far, and living the high life as the NFL’s only undefeated team, these proverbial pigeons are “shitting on our hood.” It’s that time again in the NFL season for the annually annoying 72′ Dolphins to once again give their unsolicited opinions. Thanks guys, I guess it must have been raining on the golf course.
- Former Denver Broncos GM, Ted Sundquist (he’s the guy who traded up to draft Jay Cutler), writes for ProFootballTalk.com, and provides analysis of NFL games for the site (there are some pretty interesting breakdowns of the game and some statistics most of us wouldn’t come up with off of the top of our heads’). This weeks game, Titans vs. Colts: (read the full post here)Was it a “passing of the torch” or just another anomaly in what is becoming a forgettable season for the Indianapolis Colts? Hard to say, but what is clear is that the Tennessee Titans have taken firm control of the AFC South and are well on their way to a division title, potentially rewarded with a first-round bye in the playoffs. This Titans team did what champions must be able to do, coming from behind in the second half against a perennial contender and withstanding the tide of emotion that ebbed and flowed throughout the 3rd & 4th quarters.
- Brandon Jones led all Titan wideouts on Monday against the Colts, with 4 receptions for 40 yards (pro-bowl maybe?). All self-deprecation aside, today’s Tennessean had a very interesting article about Jones, and what could have been of a potential baseball career.
Titans vs. Packers game preview on it’s way tomorrow.
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