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How Good Can Zach Mettenberger be for the Titans?

Following the 2005 season, the Tennessee Titans allowed their franchise Quarterback, Steve McNair, to leave for Baltimore in Free Agency.  This year marks the ninth season since McNair’s departure and the Titans are still trying to locate a suitable replacement.  Going back to 2005 (McNair’s last season in cornflower blue) the Titans have used ELEVEN different starting quarterbacks...
Via Football Nation
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

How miserable was Sunday for Ohio's professional football teams?

When it comes to being a fan of Ohio's professional football teams, there have been many bad days. Sunday though brought a new level of misery. How bad was it for Bengals and Browns fans? Taking a sledgehammer to the ankle from Kathy Bates in 'Misery' would have been more pleasant. Cleveland saw its two game winning streak come crashing down with a 24-6 loss at previously-winless...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

The 5 Best Players Who Played In The State Of Mississippi

In NCAA College Football traditionally, we see many great players from universities located in the southern states. However, only one state can claim that it has produced the current National Football League all-time leaders in passing and receiving, plus the all-time rusher from 1984 through 2002, and that state is not Texas, California or Florida, but surprisingly Mississippi...
Via Football Nation
October 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Christmas in July: 12 days of Fantasy Football - Day 6

DAY 6:6 SIGNAL CALLERS RUSHING 6 QBs who will rush for 6+ touchdownsThe mobile quarterback is becoming increasingly more popular as the years fly by, especially in the fantasy world. Russell Wilson showed last year that being a mobile quarterback you can win a Super Bowl, but fantasy owners have known for years that a quarterback with the ability to run is always a leg up on the...
Via Football Nation
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Five Years Later, Steve McNair’s Death Still Haunts Football Community

For a good six-year stretch, there wasn’t a more popular player in the National Football League than Steve McNair. The Alcorn State product practically helped launch ESPN 2, who would pick up his amazing performances at the small college where he lit up scoreboards at a record clip.  The third overall pick in the 1995 of the then Houston Oilers, McNair quickly became the face...
Via Sportsnaut
July 04, 2014  |  Discuss

This Day in Sports: Steve McNair Killed by Mistress in Murder/Suicide

(Photo by Keith Allison from Baltimore, USA via wikimediacommons.org) On July 4, 2009 Steve McNair was a victim of a murder/suicide by the hands of his mistress Sahel Kazemi. You can view the breaking news reports via YouTube here:
Via Tha Sports Junkies 101
July 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Zach Mettenberger looks to be Titans week one starter

Hoping to become the Titans’ week one starter, Zach Mettenberger admits he doesn’t plan on riding the bench for long (Credit: Bleacherreport) Since 2006, when quarterback Steve McNair was traded to the Baltimore Ravens for a fourth round pick, the Tennessee Titans have had seven starting quarterbacks. Including players like Vince Young, Kerry Collins, Jake Locker and Ryan Fitzpatrick...
Via Down and Distance
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Jaguars have development plan for new QB Blake Bortles

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Growing up outside Orlando, Blake Bortles remembers attending a few Jacksonville Jaguars games with his family while in elementary school. The Jaguars were all but unbeatable in 1999 -- with the exception of one team: the Tennessee Titans. All three of their losses, including in the AFC hampionship game, were to a team quarterbacked by Steve McNair, who had...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Jaguars have development plan for new QB Blake Bortles

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Growing up outside Orlando, Blake Bortles remembers attending a few Jacksonville Jaguars games with his family while in elementary school. The Jaguars were all but unbeatable in 1999 -- with the exception of one team: the Tennessee Titans. All three of their losses, including in the AFC hampionship game, were to a team quarterbacked by Steve McNair, who had...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Deadspin's Big Book of Black Quarterbacks Gives HBCUs Their Due

Tennessee State's Joe Gilliam was a man before his time. (Deadspin photo)In honor of Russell Wilson becoming the second black quarterback to win the Super Bowl on Sunday, Deadspin's Greg Howard put together an all-time list of black quarterbacks in the NFL. As you would expect, a good percentage of these quarterbacks hailed from HBCUs.The highlight HBCU-wise was Howard'...
Via HBCU Gameday
February 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Craig Johnson named Giants running backs coach

Former Minnesota and Tennessee assistant Craig Johnson has been named running backs coach with the New York Giants. Tom Coughlin announced the hiring on Wednesday, roughly a week after firing long-time assistant Jerald Ingram. Johnson was the Vikings quarterbacks coach the past three seasons. Prior to that, he spent a decade with the Titans, working two seasons as an offensive...
Via AP on Fox
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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