Found June 22, 2012 on Total Titans:
It's time for the third installment in this little series on how the Titans fared in the red zone in 2011. I covered the run game and the running backs in part one and covered the quarterbacks in part two. It's now time to continue my look at the passing game with an analysis of how the Titans' wide receivers fared.As I noted in the first two parts of this series, the Titans were pretty proficient when it came to scoring points on their red zone possessions in 2011. They finished tied for fourth in how often a red zone possession ended in a score and fifth in the league in points per red zone possession.Before I move on to writing about the receivers, it's worth taking a look at just what that meant to the Titans' success last year. The Titans averaged 4.90 points per red zone possession last year. The average team average for the red zone was 4.54 points. Based on the Titans' red zone possession, they scored roughly 14 more points than an average team would ...

Youth being served in Titans' linebacking corps

Look around the Tennessee roster, and the Titans' youth movement is most noticeable at linebacker. Sure, Will Witherspoon is a 10-year NFL veteran heading into his third season with Tennessee. But he's the rare veteran in a meeting room where Akeem Ayers and Colin McCarthy are back as starters after strong rookie seasons. The Titans also used their second-round draft pick...

Kamerion Wimbley to appear on “American Ninja Warrior”

AP Photo Tennessee Titans defensive end Kamerion Wimbley was recorded on an episode of American Ninja Warrior back in March that’s scheduled to air on Sunday night on G4 and Monday night on NBC. The Titans even sent out a tweet on Thursday telling their fans to watch the show. #Titans DE Kamerion Wimbley will appear on American Ninja Warrior this weekend. Sunday at 8 CT on G4...

How the Titans fared in the red zone in 2011: quarterbacks

It's time for part two of my series on how the Titans fared in the red zone in 2012. I covered the running backs in part one, and now it's time to write about Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker.As I noted in part one, the Titans were a very good team offensively in the red zone, finishing tied for fourth in scoring percentage and fifth in points per red zone possession. That...

Titans, Falcons to practice together in Georgia

The Titans and the Atlanta Falcons plan to meet about halfway in August for a joint practice at a Georgia high school during training camp. The Titans announced Thursday they had agreed with the Falcons on the joint practice Aug. 5 to be held in Dalton, Ga., at Coahulla High School. The session will be open and free to the public. Tennessee coach Mike Munchak noted Thursday that...
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