Found November 30, 2011 on Total Titans:
Four weeks into the season, I noted the Titans were doing a quite poor job of converting possessions that started in opposing territory into points. After this past Sunday's game, when the Titans got six points out of four possessions that started in Tampa Bay's half of the field, I thought it was time to update those numbers.And despite Sunday's performance, good news. The Titans are now more productive on drives starting in opposing territory than they are on drives starting anywhere else on the field. Yup, with touchdowns against the Steelers, Colts, and Falcons, the Titans are averaging 2.06 points per possession.If you read the prior post, though, you'll note that the Titans were averaging more points than that on drives that started in all three zones of their own territory, inside the 20, on the 20, and from the 21 to midfield. Unfortunately, that's no longer the case. They're now averaging 1.89 points starting from the 21 to midfield, and 1.76 points ...

Matt Hasselbeck’s Disgusting Movember Mustache & Leather Hat Combo

It’s the last day of Movember so naturally it’s time to check in with those men who’ve been growing a ‘stache to raise awareness for men’s health. Matt Hasselbeck was kind enough – via Twitter - to share his creepy hat/’stache combo. And we’d be doing you guys a giant disservice to end this post without showing what Jim Cantore looked like this morning before getting...

Tennessee Titans team report: Colin McCarthy gets third start of season against Bills

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Munchak says “nothing has been going on” with Penn State

Titans coach Mike Munchak says he’s focused on his job in Tennessee, despite talk that he could be interested in taking over at Penn State. Munchak was one of three current NFL coaches (the others were Colts head coach Jim Caldwell and Packers assistant Darren Perry) whose names were mentioned in a State College News…
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