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Remember the Titans

Remember the Titans

Remember the Titans - not only a good movie, but something we should keep in mind for the rest of the week. Why you ask? Well simply put, come next weekend that is all they'll have...the memories.

As the 1972 Dolphins begin their annual sweat fest, I say calm down, get the champagne on ice, and get ready to bust the cork after Green Bay's thrashing of the 7-0 overachievers.

I didn't see anything last night that warranted a whole lot of concern. I'm sorry, but Indy is not an elite team this year. They can't run the ball, and Peyton Manning is a shade of what he was last year.

The Titans, although stout on defense, are simply a one trick pony. Take that pony down, and that one dimension becomes non-dimensional.

The Packers on the other hand, have never been in a better position to meet a team on what can only be described as a curious roll.

The Packers bye week came at the perfect time. On Monday, all but four players practiced, and two of those four will still be ready for the game. An injury report of fourteen now stands at four.

Let's see - we have Al Harris returning, Bigby is back, and James Jones finally feels like he can take the field.

Let's see what the Titans answer to eight in the box is. They don't have a receiver that can't be handled by Woodson, Harris, and Williams. We all know that Kerry Collins couldn't throw the ball forty yards if he tried - so worrying about over the top help shouldn't be a concern either.

Let's throw our guys across the line of scrimmage and force them to beat us through the air. As we all know, that game plan doesn't work against the Pack and I don't expect that to change.

Get ready to break out the bubbly Don - seven weeks is all the longer you will have to wait this year.

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Packnic's picture

I agree. Kerry Collins did not impress me at all. His throws look like they took forever to reach the WR and were rarely put in a position where only his guy could get it. Indy just isn't that good and never took advantage.

Our secondary has shown that they can hang, and with the terrible WR's of Tennessee for sure. Stack that box. and try your damndest to pass on us. Chuckwood might have 3 picks this game. I'm excited...

IronMan's picture

Can they stop Greg Jennings?

Answer: No.

titanhaid's picture

two words...
score.
board.

guess that big brain failed ya this week... keep trying blogboy.

Alex Tallitsch's picture

three back at ya...

one.
and.
done.

sativa417's picture

good call. 8-0.

Music City Miracle's picture

Mwahahaha

titans48's picture

Well lets see, I love articles like this, keep doubting the Titans and look where it has gotten the team huh?? 8 - 0 . the pack is a good football team, but it just showed today that the titans were better.

Dale Z's picture

Titans are good, but eventually you're gonna face a good run stopping defense, and Kerry Collins...is Kerry Collins.

That won't get you far in the playoffs, friend.

Ben's picture

How bout them TITANS!

Alex Tallitsch's picture

It was a good game. However, the Packers won the game for the Titans more than the Titans did.

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