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Postby flotsamnjetsam » Sat Nov 08, 2008 3:59 pm

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They are the last unbeaten team, despite having an offense that is limited. When the season opened, it was all about Vince Young. This was to be his breakout season. Instead, he's on the bench. An injury put him there, but the play of Kerry Collins has kept him there. The Titans don't ask Collins to do a lot, but he is capable of making plays down the field, something Young did not. Running backs Chris Johnson and LenDale White have keyed the offense. The line has been sensational. But this team is all about defense. They have the best scoring defense in the league. Tackle Albert Haynesworth is the best interior lineman in football. The rest of the line has played well. The linebackers get to the football and the secondary has rising stars in Cortland Finnegan and Michael Griffin. The Titans are all about running the ball. If they can continue to do that, they will be the top seed come playoff time. In the playoffs, though, they will have to throw it better. Midseason Grade: A


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Re: Midseason Report

Postby jmlevy » Wed Nov 19, 2008 4:51 pm

What a surreal season this has been so far. 10-0 and counting!

Amazing what a complete team effort and an accurate veteran quarterback can accomplish!!!
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