Found December 19, 2011 on
The Tennessee Titans have little time to fret over a long list of mental errors that cost them a prime opportunity to grab control the AFC's final wild card.
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One of the thing last week's game against the Colts highlighted for me is a number of veteran players were likely playing their next to last home game. As the Titans head into the final home game of the year against the Jaguars on Sunday, it's time to highlight a few players who may not be back in two tone blue for 2012. We'll be breaking down these players' fates...
Updating an earlier report, head coach Mike Munchak has now said that Matt Hasselbeck (strained calf) will remain the Titans' starting quarterback if he is healthy, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Hasselbeck was ineffective in Sundays loss to Indianapolis, and rookie Jake Locker once again dazzled in relief off the bench - but apparently Munchak believes...
Veteran Matt Hasselbeck will remain Tennessee's starting quarterback for the time being.
The Titans and Cardinals both remain in the playoff race with two weeks left. It’s uncertain what quarterback will lead the teams into Week 16. Here’s a quick look at hanging quarterback situations around the league, including one non playoff contender. Tennessee: Titans coach Mike Munchak wouldn’t commit to Matt Hasselbeck as his starter next…
Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is set to start in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts, as backup Jake Locker will have to wait a little bit longer until making the first start of his professional career.
Team posts 27-13 win over Tennessee Titans at Lucas Oil Stadium