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  • Good Monday morning Titans’ fans, If the Tennessee Titans  (2-9) can’t win a football game, maybe we can look at other things to fulfill our entertainment this football season. We have just five remaining games to wrap up the 2014 Titans season, and we are already putting together  content in our upcoming earlier offseason. It will definitely […] ... read more...
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  • For the Tennessee Titans, not much has gone right this year and to say they’re playing horribly would be an understatement. The Titans are currently 2 – 8 and have lost four straight games entering week 12. To make matters worse, this week they have the lofty task of taking down the 7 – 3 Philadelphia Eagles, a team looking to make amends after last week’s embarrassing los... read more...
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  • The Tennessee Titans are getting closer to being a competitive team, but at (2-8), time is running out on 2014. All but officially eliminated from the AFC playoffs, Tennessee isn’t in the mix to be playing deep into January.With a road trip to Philadelphia on Sunday, the Titans face a Super Bowl hopeful in Chip Kelly’s NFC East-leading Eagles.While Green Bay obliterated Ph... read more...
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  • For the Tennessee Titans, not much has gone right this year and to say they’re playing horribly would be an understatement. The Titans are currently 2 – 8 and have lost four straight games entering week 12. To make matters worse, this week they have the lofty task of taking down the 7 – 3 Philadelphia Eagles, a team looking to make amends after last week’s embarrassing los... read more...
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  • Trap Games Are Bullsquat> Every time a good team plays a bad one, every pre-game analysis has to involve the words Trap Game, by Congressional rule> This, of course, pre-supposes the idea that in a league where double-digit upsets are a weekly occurrence, that there is such a thing as truly good and truly bad teams> The Titans win the toss and defer, KR Josh Huff continues... read more...
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  • He might be a pain in the ass sometimes, but Josh Huff sure can fly. The former Oregon Duck and current Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver and kick returner burned the Tennessee Titans on the very first play of the game this morning for a 107 yard return touchdown. Check it out: The Eagles lead 14-0. This is not a worthy adversary, dude. You may also be interested in: WA... read more...
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  • After a dismal Sunday afternoon against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the Philadelphia Eagles bounced back in a major way as they defeated the Tennessee Titans by the final score of 43-24. Most expected the Eagles to come out the gate fast against a struggling Tennessee Titans team, but the Birds took it to a higher level when Josh Huff took the opening kick 107... read more...
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  • Titans: QB Charlie Whitehurst, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, DB Marqueston Huff, OT Will Svitek, TE Richard Gordon, DE Ropati Pitoitua. Eagles: QB Nick Foles, CB Roc Carmichael, DB Jaylen Watkins, OL Julian Vandervelde, OL Dennis Kelly, WR Jeff Maehl, DL Taylor Hart. ... read more...
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  • The Tennessee Titans didn't fare so well last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers, so maybe they'll have better luck when they travel to face off against the other Pennsylvania team, the Philadelphia Eagles. Despite an impressive pass rush on defense ... read more...
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