Thanks to Ross Warner of the Chargers blog Justice Is Coming for participating again in a Q&A session. Thanks to dedkriti and TREN507 for suggesting questions, which I incorporated into my questions for Ross. (Sorry, Andrew, I'd already sent him the email by the time you commented.) Questions and answers follow beyond the jump.
|Kenny Britt already has seven touchdowns. Photo by Andrew Strickert for Total Titans.|
A couple of weeks ago, I penned a piece that endorsed Kenny Britt keeping one of the starting WR spots regardless of whether or not veteran incumbent Justin Gage was healthy.
Kenny justified that opinion and then some with his remarkable performance last weekend against Philadelphia.
This week, we'll examine the conundrum that Jeff Fisher will soon be faced with at one of the starting CB positions.
Jason McCourty is getting closer to returning to the playing field but with rookie Alterraun Verner making big play after big play on a seemingly weekly basis, it's going to be tough to just hand McCourty back his starting job.
One of the things I wrote about during the offseason when I looked how the Titans' offense changed when VY became the starting quarterback was the importance of field position. Given the Titans' success at scoring points despite not putting up many yards of offense, I thought it would be a good idea to update those numbers for this year thus far and see how they compared.
Led by a sensational, 7-catch, 225 yard, 3-touchdown performance by WR Kenny Britt, the Tennessee Titans overcame a second half deficit in their 37-19 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Benched for the majority of the first half due to his off-the-field behavior, an apparently motivated Kenny Britt became a one-man wrecking crew as he repeatedly dominated helpless Eagle defenders on several big passing plays.
Additional thoughts on today's Titans' victory...after the jump.