Tuesday, October 31, 2006


Could I have been more wrong with my last blog. I should have never lost the faith. The Titans celebrate thier win over houston last Sunday but even greater is the fact that this is the first time in 39 games that the team has won 2 in a row. Looks like Vince Young might have been a good choice. The Texans have to be kicking themselves for not taking him. Even after all the Houston public support on the move. There were even several foundations set up to raise the money to get Vince on the team. I think he's doing allright, right where he is. Stomping the Texans.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Texan Titans

It's time, It's time. Time for the Titans to face off against the city that shunned them. Both teams are freshly rested off of a bye week but the Titans will have to play harder than ever to take home a win even with the home crowd. The Titans season this far has been pitiful and the team has not won consecutive games since 2003. I think David Carr and crew is going to bring pain from Houston along with them. Did you ever think you would hear someone say that? I wonder how Vince Young feels about this game coming fresh from Austin as the Longhorns Quarterback, and being originally from Houston the home for the Texans at Reliant Stadium.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Vince Young,Tennessee Titans Winless No More

We already welcomed you to the NFL, Vince, but now we can finally welcome you to the winner's circle! Nice to have our 25-22 victory be over the Washington Redskins, who clearly weren't expecting it.

The team got several noteable plays including but not limited to Brandon Jones's first TD of the season while Pacman Jones forced the first fumble of his career. Casey Cramer pulled off a rarely seen play when he blocked Derrick Frost's punt in the third quarter resulting in a safety. Travis Henry went out for the 178 yards rushing, a career best - not to mention Rob Bironas who put it all together with that game winning 3rd field goal! Way to go, all y'all!

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

The Tennessee Titans showed thier spirit on Sunday in thier match against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday in The RCA Dome. Jeff Fisher's team controlled the ground for a good portion of the game rushing for a season high of 214 yards. Travis henry claimed 123 of those himself, his firt 100 yard game since joining the team. Thier effort was not enough in the end as Peyton manning landed a 2 yard pass to Reggie Wayne with 5 minutes left on the clock. Final score Colts win 14-13. Better luck next time Titans.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

True Southern Gentlemen

These true southern gentlemen have been playing south of the Mason-Dixon line since 1960 when the team originated in Houston, Texas with Head Coach Lou Rymkus as the houston Oilers. I remember going to football games with my father and friends shouting Luv Ya Blue! That is until 1996 when after a few bad seasons and lackluster fan support Bud Adams made the decision to break the lease on the Houston Astrodome one year early and move the team from The Bayou City to The Music City of Nashville. The team kept the Oilers name for one year during the '97/'98 season, after which it was changed to the Titans. Although we Texans now have the Texans, I will always Luv Ya Blue!

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Haynesworth is a worthless thug.

A five game suspension? You’ve got to be kidding me. How in the world is he not in jail?

This guy is a menace to society. Not only did he stomp on someone’s face in full public view, but he also got into it with a ref and his own coach. Will nobody stop him? Why is attempted murder acceptable if it happens on a football field? These are not the days of gladiators. If it was, I’d throw him to lions.

Monday, October 02, 2006

No Beginner’s Luck for the Titans’ Vince Young

But, hey, he is young. And the jump from the NCAA to the NFL is a huge one for everybody. I was very happy for a very little while, when Vince had Tennessee up 3-0. Before the sacks, the interceptions, and the fumble took their toll. Like I said, he’s young. And we were up against the Dallas Cowboys, who are after all somewhat more seasoned.

Coach Fisher says he's keeping Young as starting QB for awhile, and that's fine with me. I thingk he'll learn a lot being at the helm, and one of these days we'll start putting some numbers in the wn column.