Found November 15, 2012 on
As promised, it's the follow-up to yesterday's post looking at snap counts by position through the bye week. I covered the offense, which means it's time for the other side of the ball today. There aren't many positions quite as static as there were on the offense, plus even at those there's been some changeover as the year as gone one.
BEST OF MAXIM
Last week: 27 (+3)
What a weird two weeks for the Titans. First they get blown out in a game that wasn’t as bad as the final score. Then they blown out the Dolphins in a game that wasn’t as bad as the final score. Much like the Bears did to them, they were able to blow on the Dolphins thanks to dominating the turnover battle and were able to put up 37 points despite...
I've been posting the snap count reports weekly after each game, and now that we're at the bye week, I thought it would be useful to take a broader look at the trends for each position. I've tried to incorporate these into my analysis of each game but think it would be useful to put what we've seen so far in a convenient place. Let's do this position by position...
Titans quarterback Jake Locker itched to play for weeks and now, one week after returning to the starting lineup, he has been forced to sit again.
Its not injury thats keeping him out this time, its the Titans bye week, the latest in the NFL this season.
That has been the story of Lockers first season as the teams starter expect the unexpected.
Jake was ready to suit up and play...
With Jake Locker returning from his shoulder injury before the bye, I thought it would be interesting to break down his game in some detail. Unless he got hurt, I knew going in I would be writing about him this week. Responding to a hypothetical Q&A before this week's game, and I went into this briefly on Twitter, I didn't expect Locker's return to really make that...