September 16, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Tennessee Titans defensive end Derrick Morgan (91) and defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (99) celebrate after a sack during the second quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee Titans DT Jurrell Casey Ready to Keep Sanchez Hurtin’


The Tennessee Titans DT Jurrell Casey is somewhat familiar with New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez, having spent a year with him at USC. Terry McCormick had an article on the Nation Football Post yesterday from an interview he had with Casey about his history with Sanchez and how the Titans feel headed into Monday’s game.

You’ve got to step up to the plate, and he ain’t stepped up to the plate yet. We’re just going to keep embarrassing him and bringing more heat and let their fans do what they’ve got to do.

Sanchez has thrown 12 TD’s to 13 INT’s, with the last time he threw a TD being back on Novemeber 22 against the New England Patriots.

The Titans have been coming very alive on the defensive line, terrorizing their past couple opponents QB’s. Sanchez could struggle mightily against a re-energized front. The Titans could actually finish a game looking as good in the second half as they do in the first.

Hopefully it’ll make for a good show Monday. The Titans have been a disappointment thus far, and the Jets obviously haven’t been much better.

It’ll be worth watching if the below happens again. I can’t get enough of the GIF.

 

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  • josh gunnels

    Please, please please destroy the JETS!

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

      I’m torn, in the worst way possible. In one hand, I think the Titans are the more talented team and should win this and I want them to win.

      In the other hand, there’s that early draft pick that’s oh so tempting.

      UGH

      • josh gunnels

        safety is our top need right? we can win this game slide down to 10th or so in the draft and still get the top safety in the draft. without killer skill position players coming out this year, it’s going to be a lot harder for teams to trade down because no ones going to want to trade up.

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

          Valid point.