September 16, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Jackie Battle (44) runs for a short gain during the third quarter against the Tennessee Titans at Qualcomm Stadium. The Chargers won 38-10. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

Tennessee Titans: Week 2 Winners and Losers


Ladies and gentlemen, it is my great displeasure to introduce to you, the worst team in the NFL – The Tennessee Titans!!!

Let me quickly add something before you punch a hole in your computer screen: I don’t believe the Titans are the worst team in the league. At least, they won’t be by the end of the season. I still believe this team has the talent to make a run for the playoffs. But, my faith is being rocked right now, and if the team continues to play as poorly as they have, they will be lucky to win any games this season.

With that out of the way, let’s get right to the Winners and Losers of Week 2. No commentary this time. Just bask in the glow of the astonishing performance the Titans put together this past Sunday.

Winners:

Absolutely no one.

Losers:

Mike Reindfeldt, Ruston Webster, Mike Munchak, Chris Palmer, Jerry Gray, Steve Watterson, Steve Brown, Frank Bush, Jonathan Gannon, Nate Kaczor, Dowell Loggains, Alan Lowry, Bruce Matthews, Brett Maxie, Keith Millard, Chet Parlavecchio, Dennis Polian, Dave Ragone, Tracy Rocker, Jim Skipper, Arthur Smith, John Zernhelt, Al Afalava, Akeem Ayers, Jordan Babineaux, Patrick Bailey, Rob Bironas, Beau Brinkley, Kenny Britt, Zach Brown, Tommie Campbell, Jurrell Casey, Jared Cook, Keyunta Dawson, Zac Diles, Michael Griffin, Jamie Harper, DaJohn Harris, Leory Harris, Matt Hasselbeck, Lavelle Hawkins, Steve Hutchinson, Chris Johnson, Quinn Johnson, Robert Johnson, Brett Kern, Karl Klug, Jake Locker, Mike Martin, Kevin Matthews, Jason McCourty, Derrick Morgan, Ryan Mouton, Mike Otto, Darius Reynaud, Javon Ringer, Michael Roos, Coty Sensabaugh, Tim Shaw, Rusty Smith, Scott Solomon, Craig Stevens, David Stewart, Byron Stingily, Taylor Thompson, Fernando Velasco, Alterraun Verner, Nate Washington, Damian Williams, Kamerion Wimbley, Will Witherspoon, and Kendall Wright.

Hopefully next week, the Winners and Losers can switch spots. I can always dream.

 

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  • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

    I disagree. Though we lost, some players did shine.

    Derrick Morgan was a terror. Mike Martin looked great in his second start. Zach Brown looked much better than expected.

    The o-line looked awful and we let the TE’s bent us over, but there were some individuals who had a good game.

    Verner looked well too.

    In the end, they all did end up being losers though, as they got routed by the Chargers. H.A.R.D.

    • http://www.facebook.com/phill.lytle Phill Lytle

      I get what you are saying. I really do think some of the players looked good, and did not deserve the blame for this loss…but, I am disgusted by what I am seeing from this team as a whole. So, instead of finding a few bright spots – and there are only a few – I decided to call out the whole team. Everyone can play better. Let’s hope they all start to do just that this Sunday.

  • TitansUp

    Agree with Justin, Verner at least deserves to stay off the loser list and I think he even deserves a spot on the winners list. also, kendall wright had a very quiet but good game, and I think we found a very good returner to replace mariani finally. Reynaud is decent, but hawkins impressed me every time he ran the ball back.

    • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

      True. Hawkins was the only reason we got a touchdown. He set us up close enough that it was hard to miss.