NASHVILLE Just maybe, a message from the past sparked a trio of Tennessee Titans to make big plays in Monday night's 14-10 win over the New York Jets.
Last weekend, Titans coach Mike Munchak played host to the franchise's Hall of Fame Weekend, inviting several former teammates from his Hall of Fame offensive lineman playing days with the Oilers. He has made it a point to connect the franchise's past in Houston with its present and future in Tennessee.
Among those Hall of Famers returning to mingle with current players included former quarterback Warren Moon, defensive lineman Elvin Bethea and defensive back Kenny Houston, who addressed the team and emphasized the notion that a team's playmakers had to, well, make plays for it to be successful.
"Kenny Houston, when he addressed the team, said that the great players have to make great plays," Munchak said Tuesday afternoon. "The guys who have been given the talent and the team is counting on have to step up."
In a game where neit...