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Would the Tennessee Titans fire Ken Whisenhunt if the season ended today?

If the NFL season ended right now, with most teams having played 10 games, the playoff match-ups would be interesting. Some of the usual suspects (New England and Denver) would be taking part, while some preseason contenders (Seattle and San Francisco) would be on the outside looking in. Some surprise teams (Detroit and Kansas City) would be playing, while others (Miami and Buffalo...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans 'close,' but losses continue piling up

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Tennessee Titans are sick of coming close only to lose again - and with good reason. The losses are piling up. The Titans (2-8) blew a 24-13 lead Monday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers and wound up losing 27-24. It was their third loss this season by three points or less. Tennessee now has lost four straight and eight of the last nine in the worst...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Where Will the Titans Be Drafting in 2015?

If you haven’t faced the news yet, it’s time. Nashville houses one of the five worst teams in the National Football League. The 2014 Tennessee Titans are, simply put, terrible. They stench is foul enough to smell in Knoxville. What was once the hope of the preseason is now a defeated deflation amongst the Titans fan base.Ken Whisenhunt was going to work wonders for Jake Locker...
Via Pro Football Spot
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans coach blames offensive line for poor run game in loss

Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt blamed the offensive line for the Titans poor production on the ground in Sunday’s loss to Baltimore. Bishop Sankey ran 17 times for 58 yards in the contest but Whisenhunt is not about to blame his rookie back yet. “He started off running the ball really well, but we didn’t do as great a job blocking for him as it progressed,” said Whisenhunt...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Titans Whisenhunt Refuses To Compare Mettenberger To Roethlisberger

When Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger entered the league way back in 2004, current Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt was his first offensive coordinator. Currently, Whisenhunt has another rookie quarterback in the form of Zach Mettenberger starting for him in Tennessee and while the LSU product has been compared to a young version of […] Titans Whisenhunt...
Via Steelers Depot
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Ken Whisenhunt criticizes Zach Mettenberger’s selfies

TweetTennessee Titans rookie Zach Mettenberger has a lot to learn about being a starting NFL quarterback. After being named the full-time starting QB last week, Mettenberger went on a camera phone selfie spree after cutting his hair that made some question his focus. A game-day selfie Mettenberger took in the locker room prior to facign the Texans prompted J.J. Watt to mock him after...
Via Los That Sports Blog
26 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Coaching Changes: How a new scheme impacts output (AFC Edition)

As much as we draft fantasy football players on their talent, the right context plays a significant role in their production as well. For example, if Jamaal Charles found himself in a 60/40 carry distribution, or was expected to be removed in goal-to-go situations we would view him much differently than we did last year. Beyond the obvious, play calling has a distribution. Similarly...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans' Whisenhunt challenging players heading into final offseason break

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As the Titans put a wrap Thursday on their offseason program, first-year coach Ken Whisenhunt had two specific admonitions for his team as it enters summer break before training camp. Stay in shape. Stay out of trouble. "That was the first message," Whisenhunt said of telling his team to make good decisions while away from football until reporting...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans notebook: Whisenhunt nearing first on-field evaluation period

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The three-day Titans minicamp next week may say voluntary. But it's also the last chance for players to make an impression on the new coaching staff a week before the NFL Draft. For new coach Ken Whisenhunt, it's another opportunity to assess just what he inherited. "Next week will be good to get some time on the field with our guys and see what...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
April 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Titans paid 1 million dollars more annually than the Lions were willing to give for Ken Whisenhunt

Ken Whisenhunt might like Nashville from previously coaching there. He might like the Tennessee Titans’ roster which is hard to love. And he might have hit it off with Ruston Webster, which could be a possibility. But in choosing the Titans over the Detroit Lions and becoming Tennessee’s new head coach, Whisenhunt got $1 million more in annual […]The post Titans paid 1 million...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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