Titans @ Jags Game Thread

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by cdy_hitt, Nov 5, 2006.

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  1. TNThunder

    TNThunder Guest

    This team lost interest after Vince's 3rd interception.
  2. Titansfan256

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    Huh? You can't really prove that the Titans would've been in a "we need a miracle" situation had Moss been picked over Dyson...

    Just a thought.
  3. RollTide

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    Ashamed of this team..

    I'm ashamed to be a titan fan right now. What a bunch or gutless losers!

    We like to whine about injuries but they beat us like the neighbor's dog without their best d-lineman, their 2nd best d-lineman, their starting QB the last 3 years and their best corner didn't play the second half.

    Which was the better coached team? Need we even ask?
  4. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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  5. Broken Record

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    sad but true
  6. TNThunder

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    Does this sound familar? It's from last year's game.


    Even without their offensive leader, the Jags avoided another slow start and gained some much-needed momentum for the playoffs.

    Jacksonville scored 27 points in the first half behind Garrard and routed the Tennessee Titans 40-13 Sunday for their eighth win in the last nine games.

    Although all eight victories came against teams with losing records, this one felt much different than others in recent weeks.

    Jacksonville (12-4), which trailed in the second half in each of the last four games, scored touchdowns on its first two possessions, took advantage of two turnovers and essentially sealed the victory on Derrick Wimbush's 6-yard TD run with 4:11 remaining in the second quarter.
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