Defense Bends, Offense Dominates

The Titans defense did not break against a struggling Jaguars offense and their embattled head coach Urban Meyer. Yet, despite a defensive touchdown in the first series of the game, DL Teair Tart busting up a 4th and 1 run on Jacksonville’s one yard line and a 37-19 final score, the game was closer thanContinue reading “Defense Bends, Offense Dominates”

Facing the Jags: Avoiding the Trap

The Titans will be looking for redemption Sunday against a struggling but improving 0-4 Jaguars team. Against division leading Cincinnati, Jacksonville never fell behind until the very last play of the game when Bengals kicker Evan McPherson kicked a 35 yard field goal ending the contest 24-21. Rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who has thrown moreContinue reading “Facing the Jags: Avoiding the Trap”

Titans Red Zone Deficiencies

The Titans had a head on collision with Gang Green at MetLife Stadium and came back to Nashville with a very bad headache. That’s understandable considering the Jets have the best red zone defense in the NFL. But this is a lingering headache, one that began with the season opening loss to Arizona and isContinue reading “Titans Red Zone Deficiencies”

It’s One Game. Well, Sort’a.

We’ve all heard it, the old NFL matra, “on any given Sunday, any team can beat any other team.“ Not only have we heard it, but we believe it. No…I’ll walk that back. We know it. We know it because we’ve seen it. We’ve experienced it. Some of us have even lost money because ofContinue reading “It’s One Game. Well, Sort’a.”