Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Titans'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Titans and NFL Talk
    • Titans and NFL Talk
    • NFL Draft
    • Fantasy Football
  • Other Sports
    • College Football
    • Other Sports
  • Off-Topic and General Discussion
    • Off-Topic and General Discussion
    • Politics
  • Podcasts
    • The Two Tone Crew

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL







Found 1,365 results

  1. The teams below are all in the hunt in the AFC Playoff Race with a huge amount of teams right now sitting at 6-3, I didn't include the 9-0 Steelers or 8-1 Chiefs as both most likely have the top two spots locked up. So that leaves 5 playoff spots remaining ,at least one spot will go to the AFC East and another spot for the AFC South division winners. Titans 7-3 Nov. 29: at Indianapolis Colts, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 6: vs. Cleveland Browns, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 13: at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 20: vs. Detroit Lions, 1 p.m., FOX Dec. 27: at Green Bay Packers, 8:20 p.m., NBC Jan. 3: at Houston Texans, 1 p.m., CBS Colts 7-3 Nov. 29: vs. Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 6: at Houston Texans, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 13: at Las Vegas Raiders, 4:05 p.m., CBS Dec. 20: vs. Houston Texans, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 27: at Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 p.m., CBS Jan. 3: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m., CBS Bills 7-3 Nov. 29: vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 7: at San Francisco 49ers, 8:15 p.m., ESPN Dec. 13: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 8:20 p.m., NBC Dec. 20: at Denver Broncos, CBS Dec. 28: at New England Patriots, 8:15 p.m., ESPN Jan. 3: vs. Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m., CBS Browns 7-3 Nov. 29: at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 6: at Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 14: vs. Baltimore Ravens, 8:15 p.m., ESPN Dec. 20: at New York Giants, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 27: at New York Jets, 1 p.m. CBS Jan. 3: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 p.m., CBS Ravens 6-4 Nov. 26: at Pittsburgh Steelers, 8:20 p.m., NBC Dec. 3: vs. Dallas Cowboys, 8:20 p.m., Fox/NFL Network Dec. 14: at Cleveland Browns, 8:15 p.m., ESPN Dec. 20: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 27: vs. New York Giants, 1 p.m., Fox Jan. 3: at Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m., CBS Raiders 6-4 Nov. 29: at Atlanta Falcons, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 6: at New York Jets, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 13: vs. Indianapolis Colts, 4:05 p.m., CBS Dec. 17: vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 8:20 p.m., Fox, NFL Network Dec. 27: vs. Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m., CBS Jan. 3: at Denver Broncos, 4:25 p.m., CBS Dolphins 6-4 Nov. 29: at New York Jets, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 6: vs. Cincinnati Bengals, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 13: vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 20: vs. New England Patriots, 1 p.m., CBS Dec. 27: at Las Vegas Raiders, 1 p.m., CBS Jan. 3: at Buffalo Bills, 1 p.m., CBS
  2. Just like his brother. And the Ravens can continue to bend the knee to their superiors.
  3. Been watching highlights and why didn't yall tell me about this play? 😳 AJ Brown is a Tank. He and Metcalf best combo of receivers from 1 school to be drafted same year? Can't think of another combo outside TJ Houshmanzadeh and Chad Johnson that's a worthy comparison.
  4. I'm kind of surprised no thread yet. The Colts are legit. More legit than I think we are, at least from a defensive perspective. It's totally on the coaches to figure a win out. Sure, big plays help, but the coaches have to figure out how to best them if we are to win the division. Thoughts on how we beat Indy?
  5. 1. Read the entire game thread after the game was over. Major props to Oilerman, Starkiller and several other old time posters who never got dragged into the valley of despair. And man, you guys were despairing violently and with a passion. 2. I read nothing but shit about Vrabel and the coaching staff. So I guess we all imagined that a team without Adoree Jackson, Kristian Fulton, Kenny Vaccaro, Jadaveon Clowney and in the second half Jayon Brown would more than hold their water against Lamar Jackson? Or that an offense without Lewan, Humphries, Saffold and a hobbled Ben Jones would dominate the 4th quarter and overtime? Yeah, horrible coaching job. 3. The Ryan Tannehill bashing was comical. When given anything resembling a clean pocket he made big time throws and made some very smart run reads. 4. Gostkowski is like Lazarus. Every time I swear he is dead he rises. Not a bunch of faith in my house, but I will take every kick he makes. 5. Going forward I am really curious to see how the staff pieces together the oline and the linebacking group. I agreed with the comments that Quissenbury appeared to be much more effective in handling the speed rush than Sambraillo. Not sure that Davis gets enough credit for the impact he makes in the run game. And Brewer (despite the snap) more than held his own inside. Saffold coming back will be a big time help. It's thin. But maybe the depth we had here is more legit than we may have imagined. The linebackers are just a different story. Someone suggested bringing Woodyard back. I second that emotion. Ravens didn't try to exploit LBs with RBs in passing game. Sadly, the Colts won't make same mistake. Landry made a few significant plays. Roberson showed a little burst early. Was surprised to see how few snaps the kid from Pittsburgh got. For me, these two position groups are going to be the key to the rest of the season. No predictions. Guys have a way of doing more than expected (see Breon Brady). A team with Brown, Henry, David, Smith and Tannehill always has a chance to put up points - particularly when turnovers are eliminated. I think this season comes down to whether the defense can do enough, and Gostkowski can find his consistency, to allow us to win 30 point plus games. One thing is for certain, while it will always be about establishing the run with Henry, we are going to have to get more aggressive with passing game from start to finish. Hard egg for Vrabel to swallow, but this simply isn't going to be a team that can win low scoring games with any consistency.
  6. No RB has led the NFL in rushing in back to back years since LaDainian Tomlinson in 2006-2007. With 6 games left to play Henry currently leads the NFL in rushing yards. It appears to only be a race between a few RBs this year... possibly only 2 unless someone really makes a push. Derrick Henry and Dalvin cook are currently the only RBs with 1000 yards. The next closest back is over 300 yards behind them. Here is the current top 10 after week 11. 1. Derrick Henry- 1,079 2. Dalvin Cook - 1,069 3. James Robinson- 762 4. Josh Jacobs- 755 5. Ronald Jones II- 754 6. Ezekiel Elliott - 675 7. Clyde Edwards-Helaire- 655 8. James Connor- 645 9. Kareem Hunt- 644 10. Kenyon Drake- 641 Here are their opponents for week 12. And their rushing YPG ranks. 1. Derrick Henry- @ IND 3rd 2. Dalvin Cook - vs CAR 17th 3. James Robinson-vs CLE 8th 4. Josh Jacobs- @ ATL 9th 5. Ronald Jones II- vs. KC 26th 6. Ezekiel Elliott - vs WAS 18th 7. Clyde [email protected] TB 2nd 8. James Connor- vs BAL 16th 9. Kareem Hunt- @ JAX 24th 10. Kenyon [email protected] NE 21st
  7. "They wanted it more than we did". Implosion eminent.
  8. https://roughingthepasser.football/2020/11/24/official-nfl-power-rankings-week-12/
  9. It has been my position as @BudAdams knows that JRob is God. He has been a master of acquisitions in every area. His first two selections as HC and OC are both HC in the NFL. The Titans were in a woeful state when he took over as GM and his pinnacle came last season when going into the AFCCG the Titans were considered a reasonable chance to make the SB. The team fell short. Since then JRob has started to look out of his level as an elite GM. He has made mistakes that highlight questionable moves during his short tenure as GM. One is his leaning toward expats. In 2017 he took Corey Davis at #5. Davis is a NFL caliber receiver whose draft value was late first, early second. He took Taywan Taylor early in round three. Another overdraft player. We know why. JRob should have known why not. Mariota was the problem, not the receivers. An astute GM is supposed to know that and not waste draft picks on players to elevate him. The QB is supposed to elevate the receivers. He slam dunks the draft in 2018. He hit the trifecta. Vrabel/LaFleur/Pees. Through no fault of this tandem the Titans fail to make the Playoffs. 2019 he replaces young coaching phenom LeFluer with Arthur Smith. His player acquisitions remains stellar. The Titans reach the AFCCG. Awesome production, but a questionable hiring is solidly on the books. 2020. JRob selects a player with questionable character in round one. He permits Mike Vrabel to talk him into being HC/DC. Mike has been coaching in the NFL since 2014 with one shaky year as DC for the Houston Texans. Arthur Smith's play calls continue to be the same as the season before, no creativity. The defense that had been allowing under 20ppg the two years before, now is giving up 26 and a lot of people say we haven't hit the toughest part of the season. JRob had one question mark coming in, age. He's now 44 and his HC is 45. I think he has allowed Mike Vrabel to probably intimidate(stand to close) him into colossal errors this season. Maybe not colossal, but there are some things, something that hasn't worked for the team. The D acquisitions. I think Vrabel was the one who wanted Clowney. I think Vrabel told JRob he could get pro bowl play out of Beasley. The special teams that had become an asset are now a liability. Vrabel would have more time to address this if he didn't have so much responsibility. The team spirit just is not what it was. When you compare the energy of the Steelers coming out for a matchup of undefeated teams, it was night and day. But all is not lost. I am demoting JRob to Jesus. It's time for him to rise and get this team on the right track in 2021.
  10. Looks like we had (or will later this week) OLB’s Jamal Davis and Brooks Reed in for visits. Davis was with us in training camp and had some good reports.
  11. This guy has been locking receivers down since he became the starter opposite Butler. How this dude went undrafted is beyond me just watching him. Marquise Brown had zero receptions today. None. Nadda. I assumed with Browns speed outside, and Andrews at TE (I think he is right up there with Kelse) that our pass defense would be abused today since we were down Clowney af edge rusher on top of Jackson, Fulton, Vaccaro all out in the secondary where we are paper thin. However, this kid... Borders is playing like a borderline #1 CB and has been locking his guys down each week. I truly believe he is making it easier on the staff to bring Jackson back after his elite play since becoming a starter, and honestly I think once a Jackson comes back he continues to start, and it will be Butler who takes a step back as the primary backup corner and our starting corners will be Jackson, Borders, and King with Butler, and Fulton the backups. Also, I think Hooker may have taken Vaccaros job after today. He has played well all year. Vaccaro had a great first few weeks and tapered off to being mediocre at best, and I said last night that I think Vaccaro gives us a boost over Vaccaro in coverage due to his athleticism and instincts in coverage, and is just as good as Vaccaro in run defense and today that showed. If we can get Dean Pees to come back as the DC I would be excited as our defense would take a big step forward. Pees would take full advantage of Clowney, and with the additions of Borders, and King in the secondary we would be a better defense than we were last year as King is an upgrade over Ryan, and Borders is an upgrade over Butler. We have some optimism going forward sitting at 7-3
  12. Wanted to throw this out there since there's a lot of talk about with the kicker position but I think it warrants it's own thread. This season has been wild with the guy. Starts off 1-4. Hits a 9/9 stetch. Now he's awful again. The guy seems to be money from 50+ but 5/11 from under 50 isn't going to be good enough in this league. So what do we do? If we were to cut him, who would you like to see brought in?
  13. Is it just me, I actually like the guy and his demeanor, but Corey never seems to make the big. slightly out of comfort range play that sets apart the great receivers. The tipped ball to Humphries seemed to me to me the penultimate of his time here, a good effort that he couldn't seem to finish somehow.
  14. I thought I had made this into a thread back in August but looks like I just made a post, so I thought I would throw it up here for those interested: ”For what it’s worth, I just watched some Aaron Brewer and looked into him more since the media did a piss poor job of it. Watched a game from 2018 where he was at center against New Mexico State. As you can imagine from his size, not the most powerful guy. A bit of a catcher with his hands. Very good understanding of leverage and knowing how to position his body to cut off defenders at the point of attack. Can see why the staff might be interested in that skill set. Watched a game from last season where he started at RT. Apparently he also played LT quite a few times. Clearly very versatile in that regard. He was the player they highlighted as the best player on Texas States offense lol and commentator referred to him as a freak athlete FWIW. Looked MUCH better with his hands. Honestly was impressive at RT. The summary: Based on some quick game watching and research. I think the Titans probably think this guy might be a hidden gem. Needs to get stronger and bigger, but seems to be a good zone guy. Very versatile with starts all over the offensive line. I went from knowing nothing about him to hoping he sticks on the team throughout the season and develops into a starter some day. Want to emphasize this was not a full study though and I’ll probably look like an ass if he gets cut tomorrow when they add someone else.” Thought it might be interesting to some unfamiliar with him after (according to PFF. I don’t have Game Pass to break it down lol) he played so well yesterday. Here’s to hoping we indeed did find a hidden gem.
  15. We will be 6-5 in after we lose to the ravens abs colts and may not even make the playoffs. Pathetic
  16. According to Paul Kuharsky, the Titans fear Sambrailo is done for the season:
  17. Summary: Clowney to IR Orr to IR Vaccaro out tomorrow with neck injury Mabin promoted to 53 man roster Overton promoted with Covid-19 Policy Compton/Skipper designated game day call ups
  18. Not a great sign for Sambrailo that when he left with the foot injury he went straight back to the locker room and didn't try to re-enter the game, no idea what's next in the OL reshuffle if he can't play against the Colts. If Saffold is available does he play LT with Brewer staying at LG, does Kelly shift to LT and either Quessenberry or Wilson at RT, does Quessenberry just plug into LT.

Titans Report Footer Logo

Titans Report is a fan operated website for the Tennessee Titans. The site includes a message board, blog, podcast, organized fantasy games,and a mobile site. The podcast has had on many prominent members of the media covering the Titans. Some names include John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans official website, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone, Phillip B. Wilson of the Indy Star, Jonathan Hutton of the Titans Radio Network, Sal Capaccio of the Buffalo Bills Radio Network, Scott Wright of Draft Countdown, and others.

Recent Posts

Official Website

Kuharsky's Blog


104.5 The Zone

102.5 The Game


  • Create New...