Found October 28, 2011 on
With losses in their past two games by a 79-24 aggregate, the Tennessee Titans present a plump and welcome target.
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Titans coach Mike Munchak isn't going to send running back Chris Johnson and his 30 million to the bench for a lackluster performance this season.
Neither is he making any changes on the offensive line for now, even though there are decent backups on hand.
Tennessee got blasted 41-7 Sunday by Houston, forcing Munchak and the Titans into re-evaluation mode. But while the Titans...
In his Monday presser, Mike Munchak stated he wasn't planning on making any personnel changes. On Thursday afternoon, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com tweeted that "Munchak wants to see complete complement of carries to evaluate CJ and run game fully." I think McCormick meant to use the word reevaluate, since Munch supposedly performed a full evaluation during the...
Maybe it's because the Colts' last game was so brutal, but the inclination is to think Titans running back Chris Johnson will get his. And then some.
Adam ''Pacman'' Jones says his eagerness to play Sunday in Tennessee has nothing to do with what happened during his stormy three years as a Titan.
After a year away because of a neck injury, the Cincinnati Bengals cornerback and punt returner just wants to get on the field for an entire game.
The Bengals (5-2) will visit the place where Jones' career started...
The Titans are sticking by star
running back Chris Johnson, and a visit from the winless Colts could allow him to at least
temporarily silence his critics.