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Fantasy football has become nearly as popular as the National Football League itself over recent years.
However, it's not exactly something a lot of players embrace. In fact, a lot of players seem to despise the idea of fantasy football, including Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson.
Johnson took to Twitter on Sunday to express his apathy toward it:
"Public service announcement: I can care less about fantasy football. Key word fantasy. As long as we win I'm happy. I rush for 200 n lose y'all happy.
U r the head coach n the owner of ur fantasy team so u should be mad at urself I didn't ask any of u to draft me so if I'm so sorry y start me."
For the record, many fantasy owners probably weren't happy with Johnson after the speedster gained just 21 yards on 15 carries in Tennessee's blowout victory, 38-13, over the New York Jets. And my guess is that they let Johnson hear about it via Twitter, which prompted these two...
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If you own Titans running back Chris Johnson on your fantasy football team, he has an important message for you. Public service announcement: I can care less about fantasy football. Key word fantasy. As long as we win I’m happy. I rush for 200 n lose y’all happy. U r the head coach n the owner of ur fantasy team so u should be mad at urself I didn’t ask any of u to draft...
After Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker was carted off the field on Sunday with a hip injury, many feared he would be out for the rest of the 2013 season. Locker has now had an MRI and reports suggest he will be out for a minimum of four to six weeks. Locker was released from the hospital on Monday following an overnight stay, and the Titans are considering placing him on...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Titans will likely place quarterback Jake Locker on injured reserve with a designation to return after injuring his hip on Sunday against the Jets.
#Titans are still sorting through QB Jake Locker's hip injury. But I'm told the likely destination is Injured Reserve/designated to return.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Titans QB Jake Locker could be out for 4-8 weeks following the hip injury he suffered during Sunday’s win over the Jets.
HC Mike Munchak told reporters after the game that an initial look at Locker’s injury didn’t show that his hip had popped out out of the socket, which is obviously a great sign.
The Titans are still waiting for more...
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Titans are looking to deal wideout Kenny Britt before the trade deadline.Fantasy Spin:Britt is in the last year of his contract and the Titans don't appear interested in re-signing him. It's going to be a tough sell as Britt has only produced five catches and 43 yards in three games this season. This week, Britt (rib and neck injuries...
The Tennessee Titans are tied for the AFC South division lead with a surprising 3-1 overall record. On Sunday, the Titans lost starting quarterback Jake Locker to a hip injury after he was sacked by New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports this morning that Locker remains in the hospital, undergoing more testing but he could miss up to eight...
Tennessee Titans QB Jake Locker could miss 4-8 weeks after suffering a right hip injury. Locker was carted off the field in the third quarter of Tennessee’s Week 4 game against the Jets.
Tennessee still awaiting more tests on Jake Locker’s injured hip, but belief is he could miss four to eight weeks.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 30, 2013
Locker was hit by Muhammad...
The Titans beat up Geno Smith. The New York Jets knocked Jake Locker out of the game with a hip injured seriously enough to send Tennessee's quarterback to the hospital.
Locker threw a career-high three touchdowns before being carted off the field, and the Titans routed the Jets 38-13 for their second straight victory.
Locker was hurt with 11:14 left in the third quarter when...
Tennessee receiver Nate Washington had a second straight 100-yard game and scored two touchdowns against the Jets on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Washington had four catches for 105 yards, with the majority of his yardage coming on a 77-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. He's firmly in WR3 territory.
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Tennessee Titans fans can be forgiven for panicking after watching their starting quarterback Jake Locker get carted off the field with a right hip injury on Sunday. Locker took a big hit from Jets defensive lineman Mohammed Wilkerson in the third quarter during a 38-13 win for the Titans. After undergoing X-rays in the locker room he was transferred to...
ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that the Tennessee Titans will bring in veteran WR Austin Collie for a workout Tuesday.
Collie, who has worked out with numerous teams over the past few months, was last with the 49ers before he was released in the weeks leading up to the start of the regular season.
The 27-year old receiver has suffered a number of concussions over his five-year...
Last week's waiver wire article featured a few solid pickup recommendations, including Nate Washington of the Titans and his huge performance against the Jets. Yet no player had me more on edge than my top quarterback recommendation Jay Cutler.
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Titans tight end Delanie Walker missed practice during the week due to turf toe, but is active for Sunday's gameFantasy Spin:Walker has nine catches, 99 yards and a touchdown through three games and is a fantasy non-factor going into Week 4 against the Jets.
Just as everything started to look good for the young Titans signal caller, he was dealt a major blow for the season ahead. On a seemingly innocuous take down by Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson, Locker went to the ground and laid in a hypertensive state. He would later be carted from the field in [...]
Geno Smith is not having a good game, and it just got even worse. Smith, who has four turnovers so far Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, created his own version of the Butt-Fumble by going behind-the-butt before fumbling in the end zone. Oh, Geno.