Game Day Recap: Titans Victorious Over Colts And Worried About Henry

The Titans had to dig out of a 14-0 hole early in the game after quarterback Carson Wentz methodically walked the Colts 82 yards down the field for a score on the first series of the game, only to get the ball back into his hands a few plays later when Ryan Tannehill was intercepted.Continue reading “Game Day Recap: Titans Victorious Over Colts And Worried About Henry”

Titans Make The New York Times

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Game Day Recap: Titans Win BIG Against the Slipping Chiefs

The Titans put together the game that coaches, fans and pundits alike were waiting to see against the the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday at Nissan Stadium, with a decisive 27-3 victory . The offense attacked early and often, building a lead that began in the first series of the game. Ryan Tannehill captained the TitansContinue reading “Game Day Recap: Titans Win BIG Against the Slipping Chiefs”

Kendall Lamm: The Bellwether Nobody’s Talking About

This week the talk has been, first and foremost , about Derrick Henry–and rightfully so. Then there’s been a lot of talk about A.J. Brown and his strong outing against the Bills–and his bout with, according to him, Chipotle induced food poisoning. Heading into Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, everybody’s talking about how to slowContinue reading “Kendall Lamm: The Bellwether Nobody’s Talking About”

Game Day Recap:Titans Beat Bills in a Bruiser

The Titans held the fort in a thrilling victory at Nissan Stadium Monday night. After Derrick Henry scored his third touchdown of the evening with just over three minutes left in the fourth quarter, putting the Titans up 34-31, Josh Allen methodically worked his talented receivers over the middle down to the 12 yard line.Continue reading “Game Day Recap:Titans Beat Bills in a Bruiser”

Easy Lies the Head that Wears the Crown

Of Derrick Henry it could be said that he talks softly, runs swiftly and carries a big stiff arm. Consider this: half of his 2,027 rushing yards last season came after contact, breaking an astounding 34 tackles in the process. That’s why he’s the king. But the 2015 Heisman winner and second round draft pick’sContinue reading “Easy Lies the Head that Wears the Crown”

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”