Before the season started, I took some heat in the comments section of my predictions article about how I thought the Titans would be little better than a dumpster fire this season. With the way the season started, it appeared I could be right. Other than a game that should have gotten both defensive coordinators fired against the Detroit Lions, the Titans could have started the year 0-5. But a big win against the Steelers seemed to turn around their fortunes and give the rebuilding Titans some life.
3-5 at the halfway point of the 2012 season is already better than I predicted them being at this point and while there are still a multitude of problems, there have been signs of encouragement as well. I’m going to break down both the good, bad and the ugly of the Titans through their first 8 games.
This one has been all over the place through the first half of the season in Tennessee. With the Jekyll and Hyde play of running back Chris Johnson, the rushing attack has been a q...