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(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By TERESA M. WALKER AP Sports Writer Tennessee coach Mike Munchak wants the Titans to rest up as much as possible now that they're finally getting a break.
Munchak put his team through a light workout Monday, then gave them the rest of the week off. The Titans aren't due back at work until next Monday when Munchak plans to put them through a practice in preparation for a visit to Jacksonville (1-8).
This is the latest bye for this franchise since the open week went into effect in 1990, and Munchak said he prefers the bye at the midpoint of the season.
Still, the Titans (4-6) can rest easy.
A week after being put on notice by the owner, they responded with their biggest win of the season - beating Miami 37-3.
''It's just something we need, mentally and physically because of what we've been through,'' Munchak said. ''I'm glad we won it because we needed it. It will be a lot easier to mentally be more posi...
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Titans QB Jake Locker only completed nine passes in his return to the lineup but managed to throw two touchdowns without turning the ball over.Fantasy Spin:Locker hadn't played since Week 4 at Houston due to a shoulder injury. He only had to throw 21 passes Sunday after Tennessee went up big early on Miami.
The NFL has begun keeping track of player participation information on a weekly basis and releasing that data to the media. Here's how the Titans lined up in Week 10's 37-3 win against the Miami Dolphins.
Offense (61 total)
QB: Jake Locker 50, Matt Hasselbeck 11
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 49, Quinn Johnson 24, Darius Reynaud 10, Jamie Harper 2
TE: Craig Stevens 46, Taylor...
Tennessee Titans linebacker Colin McCarthy rose slowly after a violent hit and wobbled as he left the field. Three plays later he was back in the game and in the end zone, celebrating a 49-yard interception return for a touchdown.
The Tennessee Titans traveled to Miami this weekend and shocked the Dolphins, the world, and maybe even themselves. The Titans beat the Dolphins by a score of 37-3. The Dolphins are a much improved team this season, but the Titans were better in Week 10.There were some huge plays made by big play-makers. Let's look at the "Studs-N-Duds" that helped to determine the...
BY SEAN DONOVANThe Miami Dolphins came into Sunday's matchup against the Tennessee Titans needing a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive.But after getting drubbed by a 37-3 margin at the hands of a fledgling Titans team, the last thing on their collective minds should be games in January. On both sides of the ball, the Dolphins put in an effort more worthy of a top-five...