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I finally made it through my review of the all-22 from the final game of the Tennessee Titans' season, the 38-14 home win against the Jacksonville Jaguars, which means it's time to report on what I watched. As I did for the game against the Jets, this will be a somewhat organized collection of my notes for each individual play.
1. Before the game, I went ahead and wrote a somewhat cranky post on Jake Locker, who went out and completed 9 of 15 passes with a couple drops. He had a couple good seam throws, one to Hawkins for a big gain and the other that Washington dropped. Both were only thrown after it was clear the receiver had already won. One of the sacks was a bad one, where he elected not to throw the open short crosser on fourth-and-2 and tried to scramble instead, while the other was a protection bust by the interior of the offensive line. He also had a 2-yard scramble where he apparently failed to recognize his man was coming and didn't throw to the open man ...
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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss is on fire this week. The media scrutiny of the Super Bowl will do that to anybody. And Moss has never been one to shy away from stating what is on his mind.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean caught up with him in New Orleans and got probably more than he bargained by way of asking Moss to reflect on his days with the Titans in 2010.
Now that the Tennessee Titans are ready to hire former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg WIlliams, some players have told Mike Freeman of CBS Sports that not everyone is going to trust him since he’s a “rat” to them after coming clean to the NFL regarding bounty gate.
Many people thought he would never get another NFL job because players and coaches wouldn’t be able to trust...
Randy Moss just keeps talking about anyone or anything that will keep him relevant. After saying the 49ers weren’t using him right, that he is the greatest receiver of all time not Jerry Rice, and today’s under the bus throw goes to the Tennessee Titans.
Moss claims the Titan blackballed him in 2010 after being claimed on waivers, but only playing a quarter of the season for...
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew expects to be cleared to get back on the field by early summer after undergoing foot surgery at the end of the December.
Jones-Drew says this injury won’t slow him down.
“I don’t feel like this injury is going to slow me down,” said Jones-Drew, per the Florida Times-Union. “I just have to train. I want to get back and...
Over the course of the off-season we’ll be looking back at some of the rookie seasons from 2012 in the hopes that we can get a feel for what their 2013 fantasy football season holds and whether or not we should target them in drafts. Today the review subject is Justin Blackmon.
The numbers (nearly 153 fantasy points) and the rank – 29th amongst wide receivers in yahoo PPR...
According to NFL Draft analyst Matt Miller of Bleacher Report, the Jacksonville Jaguars are looking at likely drafting a defensive end with the second overall pick in this year’s NFL draft.
Word from Jacksonville is that team zeroing in on defensive end with No. 2 overall pick. Bjoern Werner, Damontre Moore thought to be tops
— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) January 30, 2013
The Tennessee Titans must really be desperate for receivers. The team currently employs Nate Washington and Kendall Wright. Also, not to mention, there is the troubled Kenny Britt. It’s a solid receiving corps, but Britt shouldn’t be there.
Britt has had nine brushes with the law since being drafted by the Titans in the first round in 2009, which includes his latest where he...
According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will start rehabbing his surgically repaired foot in February.
Jones-Drew will start his rehab in the pool and then head to dry land in March. He should be good to go for training camp.
The good news for the Jaguars is that they already know he’s not going to hold out or ask for...
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will
begin rehabbing his foot injury in February, according to Ryan O’Halloran of
The Florida Times-Union.
MJD expects to start dry land in March. Rehab will start with swimming in February. #jaguars
— Ryan O'Halloran (@ryanohalloran) January 30, 2013
Jones-Drew underwent surgery to repair his foot injury in
The Buccaneers are slowly but surely filling the vacancies of their coaching staff. It is being reported today that the Bucs have hired Jaguars’ 2012 secondary coach Tony Oden. https://twitter.com/coachingsearch/status/296612963022938112 Oden also served as the Texans (2004-2005) and Saints (2006-2011) secondary coach. The post Bucs hire new defensive backs...