Tennessee Titans Sunday Morning Reads

Aug 17, 2012; Tampa, FL, USA; Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak watches the play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the fourth quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Tennessee defeated Tampa Bay 30-7. Mandatory Credit: Douglas Jones-US PRESSWIRE

What’s a better way to start off your Sunday morning then reading a bunch of Tennessee Titans articles? Well I guess it would be Sunday football, but seems as it’s not here yet, here’s some good reads from around the web:

  • S Robert Johnson apparently got a passing grade against the Buccaneers, though the only thing I noticed was him missing a tackle against a 3rd team running back.
  • Just like I said after the game, the Titans will be pushing back the decision on the starting QB. In the same RTC from Paul Kuharsky of ESPN, David Climer sounds like he is sounding the alarm bell on Locker; I’m not.
  • John Glennon of the Tennessean talks about the aggressiveness we saw from the defense in Tampa Bay. It was good to see the Titans d-line badgering a team so well. They made Josh Freeman very uncomfortable.
  • People have been quick to jump back on the Chris Johnson bandwagon after his performance in Tampa. While I’ve always been behind him saying he hasn’t lost that step, I urge people to pump the brakes. The reason why I’ve backed CJ is because I know he’s still there, the o-line is the problem. CJ ran for 190 yards last year against the Buccaneers during the regular season. That’s just something to keep in mind. He’s only as good as the o-line will allow him to be.

That’s the best of the best right now. The Titans next preseason game is at home on Thursday against the Cardinals. I can’t wait to watch Kevin Kolb get smashed. They should really invest in protecting their QB better… Then it’s on to the Saints at home to finish up preseason.

 

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Topics: AFC South, NFL, Tennessee Titans, Titan Sized

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