Our guest this time for our regular weekly question and answer exchange will be Buddy Crutchfield from Bloguin's New York Jets blog, Rex Sanchez. If you have any questions about the Jets, Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Mike Tannebaum, or anything else Jets-related, please post them in comments and I'll send them along.no comments
It's another sad day in a season which hasn't had many high points. The Titans took a 20-7 halftime lead into the locker room at Lucas Oil Stadium. When they exited, they left their game in the locker room and couldn't make their lead stand up. Jake Locker threw a pair of costly interceptions in the second half which gave the Colts ten easy points. Andrew Luck led the Colts to another come from behind victory.
Here are the inactives and injury reports for the Titans and Colts. Feel free to comment here with your thoughts throughout the morning and the game. I'll have a game recap posted this afternoon.
It's time for another installment of my pre-Colts game Q&A with Nate Dunlevy. This is our fifth season doing this, and in that time, Nate has moved from his own site 18 to 88 to bigger and better things as Lead Writer for Bleacher Report at their AFC South blog. He's also written two books, including Blue Blood, a history of the Colts in Indianapolis, and Invincible, Indiana, a novel of Indiana high school basketball, while also still being part of the cast of writers at Colts Authority. You also can (and should) follow him on Twitter.
Total Titans: Before the game in Nashville in late October, you said Andrew Luck had been basically average. Is that still about where you'd put his level of performance?no comments
The Tennessee Titans could easily be 1-11 right now, instead of 4-8, if the outcome of a few plays had not been in the Titans' favor. Three of the Titans' four wins were by a total of just seven points - a one-point win and two three-point wins - so all three of those wins could have been losses if just one play in each of those games had been different.
|Will Jared Cook be wearing two-tone blue in 2013?|
In April and June, I wrote about the Titans who were in the final year of their contracts. Now that the Titans have played three quarters of the season, it's a good time to revisit the subject. These are the starters, plus a few notables, whose contracts expire at the end of the season.
TE Jared Cook - There's no doubt Cook is an extremely talented tight end, and one who could become a top tier TE in a system that more frequently utilized those talents. Tom has written on several occasions about the two different offenses the Titans employed under Chris Palmer - the Craig Stevens offense and the Jared Cook offense - so the decision whether or not to re-sign Cook (or to franchise him) will be a philosophical one by the Titans. How committed are they to the "Jared Cook offense"?