Reading the coverage: Johnson shines in October

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Oct 31, 2008.

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  1. NewsGrabber

    NewsGrabber Guest

    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky

    Good morning, AFC South. Let's have a look around before we put on our costumes and commence trick-or-treating. I hear you're giving away full-sized Snickers. Very generous. I may revive my Dr. Evil outfit.

    Houston Texans

    Indianapolis Colts

    • The injuries keep coming: Marlin Jackson is done for the year, writes Mike Chappell.
    • Matt Cassel's been sacked a bunch, but Indy's pass rushers expect he'll get rid of the ball in a hurry Sunday night, says Phil Richards.
    • Bob Sanders is ready and able to return, according to Chappell.
    • In a distinguished career, Richard Seymour has never sacked Peyton Manning, Phillip B. Wilson writes.
    • Wilson looks at Matt Cassel's improbable story.
    • Two Manning brothers look back at a botched touchdown in high school, says Chappell.
    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Tennessee Titans

    • The GMs of the Titans and Packers are old teammates and long time friends, writes John McClain.
    • Albert Haynesworth will miss Brett Favre when the Titans play the Packers, writes Jim Wyatt.
    • Brandon Jones still thinks about what could have been if he played baseball, says Gary Estwick.
    • Haynesworth makes Phillip B. Wilson's list of five potential MVPs.

  2. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

    Anyone notice how dull much of the coverage is without any glaring issues or controversies facing the team?

    I can live with it. :yes:
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