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26 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Čet 21 Mar 2013, 17:22

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@kb8 ::Jel igrate protiv Patsa ove godine Embarassed

Ne igramo sa Tenesijem ove godine Very Happy Razz

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27 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pet 22 Mar 2013, 08:11

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A jeste se provukli...

Nego, kao što rekoh prije koji dan...

Chris Johnson: Why do we need Shonn Greene?

Moraće založit zube da plati sve svoje geto kmice kojima je okružen i koji ga savjetuju sad kad ostane bez bonusa...



28 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pon 29 Apr 2013, 13:23

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After analyzing the draft needs of all 32 teams, PFT will review how well each team addressed those needs. Up next: The Tennessee Titans.

What they needed: Guard, defensive end, wide receiver, safety.

Who they got:

Round 1: Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama

Round 2 : Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee

Round 3: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut

Round 3: Zaviar Gooden, LB, Missouri

Round 4: Brian Schwenke, C, California

Round 5: Lavar Edwards, DE, Louisiana State

Round 6: Khalid Wooten, CB, Nevada

Round 7 (248): Daimion Stafford, SS, Nebraska

Where they hit: After getting the middle of their offensive line blown out last season, they made sure to restock. Putting Warmack together with holdover Fernando Velasco (with Schwenke in the wings) and free agent addition Andy Levitre will help give Jake Locker a moment to see things, and should open some holes for Chris Johnson (and I suppose Shonn Greene).

Where they missed: The didn’t add pass-rush, but they did put some speed on the field. Adding Gooden to second-year linebacker Zach Brown gives the Titans two guys who can fly, and that gives them an opportunity to move some pieces around on defense.

Impact rookies: The made a move to get Hunter in the top of the second, and he could get a chance to shine soon. The Titans badly needed someone to make a play on the outside, as they have several guys with potential, but a funny way of not delivering on it.

Long-term prospects: The Titans will be exactly as good as Jake Locker is this year. If he grows into his draft status, they have a chance to be a very solid team. If he flounders, and God forbid Ryan Fitzpatrick ends up on the field, they’re going to be picking in the top 10 again next year. Owner Bud Adams isn’t a patient man, and many of the moves they made this offseason (including hiring Gregg Williams) could fairly be described as desperate.



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29 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pon 06 Maj 2013, 18:47

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ljudi fino popravili OL
zlatnozubi selja ima da ima 3 k



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30 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pon 06 Maj 2013, 18:48

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vidim i mesr stigao u ekipu



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31 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pon 03 Jun 2013, 13:48

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Titans $47M guard Levitre battling knee woes

Titans LG Andy Levitre is battling lingering soreness in his surgically repaired right knee.
Levitre had the right knee scoped in January. He had his left knee scoped during the 2011 season. Levitre, whom Tennessee made one of the NFL's highest paid guards, admits his latest recovery is going "a little bit slower than I thought." Selfishly, we hope Levitre recovers soon so that the Titans' line can play at full strength, leaving Chris Johnson fresh out of excuses for not running hard.







32 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pon 03 Jun 2013, 13:57

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dakle kupiše feler robu



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33 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Pon 01 Jul 2013, 10:46

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Is this the year that Jake Locker turns the corner and becomes a legit No. 1 quarterback? His receivers definitely sound confident that dream could become a reality for the Titans, with Nate Washington even going so far as to compare Locker to Ben Roethlisberger.

“I was there in Ben’s second year, and right away you kind of understood that even in his second year, he was gonna be a good quarterback, a guy that could make plays. That’s the same thing with Jake,” Washington told TitanInsider. “He’s a guy who can make plays. I tell everybody all the time, this is football, and it’s a gladiator sport, but it’s not a dumb man’s sport.”

Of course, Roethlisberger posted a dazzling 13-0 mark during his rookie regular season. Locker was just 4-7 in 2012, his first season as a starter.



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34 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Uto 02 Jul 2013, 10:04

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No. 39. Zach Brown: Why he's on the list

Brown is not the player you think he is. Or at least the player so many draft analysts saw before the Tennessee Titans drafted Brown in the second round in 2012. One writer said Brown had "pillow hands" because of his inability to get off blocks. The phrase "allergic to contact" was used, and Brown's lack of toughness widely was questioned. But that Zach Brown didn't show up on the film I watched.

The Brown I watched didn't look like a rookie. He knew his assignments and was asked to perform a variety of roles as the starting weak-side linebacker. He covered tight ends, running backs and even occasionally wide receivers. He knifed through the line of scrimmage to find ball carriers. And, yes, he took on blockers.

The man Brown takes on in the clip above: 345-pound Miami Dolphins guard John Jerry. Power hardly is the bread and butter of Brown's game, but I repeatedly saw him take on fullbacks and sometimes shake off guards. He was willing.

More importantly, Brown's lack of physicality did not get in the way of his other plus attributes. The NFL increasingly is a passing down league, and the Titans were comfortable leaving Brown on the field all three downs. He was very good on passing downs, an observation backed up by ProFootballFocus, which ranked Brown No. 9 among all 4-3 outside linebackers in coverage (out of 43.)

Brown is known for his speed, and he uses that speed to cover a lot of ground. I doubt many linebackers made more tackles from sprinting down the field to clean up mistakes by teammates.
Obstacles

Playing in Tennessee will keep Brown's profile relatively low. There aren't many other good reasons why Brown couldn't bust out as a big name in Year 2. He was not a great blitzer, although it was not for lack of effort. Yes, he gets washed out of plays sometimes. It happens to weak-side linebackers. Yes, he darts through the wrong hole occasionally and gets out of position. But it did not seem out of character for an NFL starter, much less a rookie.

The flip side of guessing wrong occasionally: Brown also made a lot of instinctive plays while darting through traffic to make plays around the line of scrimmage. Avoiding blockers when it's possible is what a good weak-side linebacker does. It's his job.
2013 expectations

The Titans have the makings of a very intriguing linebacker group, especially if middle linebacker Colin McCarthy can stay healthy. Akeem Ayers should start on the strong side and third-round draft pick Zaviar Gooden should come off the bench. But Brown has the most potential of the group to become a special player. With a year under his belt, look for Brown to play even faster.

He's the type of player who can cover Brandon Marshall occasionally in space and make an open-field tackle. He's the type of player who can fake a blitz up the middle, drop into coverage and make an interception. Brown is very much a linebacker built to play in today's NFL.



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35 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Čet 11 Jul 2013, 10:22

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The Tennessee Titans haven't made the playoffs since 2008. The following two seasons -- Jeff Fisher's last two with the club -- the Titans were 8-8 and 6-10. Mike Munchak was hired in 2011 and won a respectable nine games his first season. By 2012, the team had slipped to 6-10 and it's reasonable to think that Munchak won't be back in Tennessee in 2014 if things don't improve.

The organization still has questions about quarterback Jake Locker, the eighth-overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, but he will begin the season under center with a new cast of characters around him. The hope: Locker -- and by extension running back Chris Johnson and the rest of the offense -- will become much more consistent. Last season, this group averaged 20.6 points per game, which ranked 23rd in the league. It was equal-opportunity ineptitude. The passing game ranked 29th in efficiency, according to FootballOutsiders.com's metrics, while the running game was 26th.

Put another way: There's a lot of room for improvement.



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36 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Čet 11 Jul 2013, 10:22

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Key changes

The Titans used their No. 10 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft to beef up the offensive line, taking Alabama right guard Chance Warmack, who will immediately move into the starting lineup. Andy Levitre, formerly of the Bills and signed this offseason, will play left guard, and former 49ers tight end Delanie Walker will replace Jared Cook (who signed with the Rams) at tight end.

Running back Shonn Greene was added to spell Johnson, and should nothing go as planned, Ryan Fitzpatrick would replace Locker after the organization opted not to re-sign veteran backup Matt Hasselbeck (now with the Colts).

The Titans also bolstered their wide receiver corps. A year after using a first-round pick on Kendall Wright (who led the team with 64 receptions as a rookie), they selected Tennessee's Justin Hunter in Round 2 this April. At 6-4, 195, there are questions about his consistency and physicality, but he can make an immediate impact in the red zone, a huge problem for this offense a season ago.

To bolster a defense that allowed a league-worst 29.4 points per game last season, the Titans signed safeties Bernard Pollard (formerly of the Ravens) and George Wilson (formerly of the Bills). Up front, Sammie Lee Hill was signed away from the Lions to play defensive tackle.

Draft picks CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, OLB Zaviar Gooden and DE Lavar Edwards will all use training camp to push for playing time. Quality depth is welcome on a defense where actually stopping people didn't appear to be a priority a season ago. Also brought on board to help: Gregg Williams, suspended for the 2012 season for his involvement in the Saints bounty scandal. He's officially listed as the senior assistant/defense, although Williams, who was Fisher’s defensive coordinator at one time, will be working closely with current defensive coordinator Jerry Gray.



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37 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Čet 11 Jul 2013, 10:22

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Position battles

Wide receiver Nate Washington may be the grizzled veteran of the group, but he might not be atop the depth chart by the time the season starts. He'll face competition from a young group that includes Wright and Hunter. There are also questions about Kenny Britt and his otherworldly talent. The problem: The Titans never know which Britt will (or won't) show up.

At cornerback, Wreh-Wilson, a rangy athletic player from UConn, could push for playing time, although he had been working inside during minicamp.

Marc Mariani, who was lost for the 2012 season after breaking his leg in a preseason game, will have to fend off Darius Reynaud as the team's return specialist.

New schemes

So what's changing? Everything, to hear Wright tell it. When asked in June what was different about the Titans' offense, the second-year wideout said, "It's just a new playbook. There's nothing left over from last year."

Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, who replaced Chris Palmer during last season, has hinted at what the new-look scheme will look like. "We are going to be a run, play-action team first, but we're still going to drop back and throw the football."

This is good news for Chris Johnson, who insists every offseason that he wants more touches. And it could be good news for Locker, too; the offense won't be built around his ability to wing the ball all over the yard, but instead, his skills at managing an offense that features (a hopefully revitalized) CJ2K.



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38 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Čet 11 Jul 2013, 10:23

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Bubble watch

With the addition of Hill and Antonio Johnson to beef up the defensive line, Karl Klug, who led the team in sacks in 2011, could be playing for his job.
Unheard-of-guy to watch

Blidi Wreh-Wilson may only be unheard of because he's a rookie who's been with the team since late April. But at 6-1, 195 pounds, he looks like an NFL cornerback. Whether he plays like one will be answered in the coming months but the Titans may have gotten a steal. Wilson, who was drafted in the third round, was considered a first- or second-round talent dating back to his senior season at UConn. He's a smart player who doesn't rely solely on this athleticism, and he can immediately match up with tight ends and bigger receivers.

Biggest concerns

While the defense was among the worst in the league in 2012, general manager Russ Webster spent the offseason stocking the roster with playmakers. The same holds for offense, too. The wild card to all this coming together: quarterback Jake Locker. It's officially his job to lose and it appears the entire organization has rallied behind him. But for the Titans to improve, Locker has to make better decisions. He completed just 56 percent of his passes last season, tossing 10 touchdowns against 11 interceptions. He was also sacked 25 times. The sack totals should decrease because of an improved offensive line and hopefully a more effective play-action running game. But ultimately, if Tennessee is going make the postseason, it'll come down to Locker.

Put another way: Three teams in 2012 qualified for the playoffs after going 6-10 the year before: the Colts, Redskins and Vikings. Two of those teams came into franchise quarterbacks, while the other had a stifling defense and the galaxy's best running back.

Something to prove

Chris Johnson is the reflexive answer here, but the reality is that CJ2K rushed for 1,243 yards last season, averaging 4.5 yards per carry. The bigger question heading into the season: Kenny Britt. Upside: He's avoided the legal issues that plagued him last offseason. Downside: He's never had more than 45 receptions in a season, and that came in 2012 when he also averaged a career-low 13.1 yards per catch. Britt's now entering the final year of his rookie deal and has endured three knee surgeries, including an ACL injury that limited him to just three games and 17 receptions in 2011.

"I'm going to be the receiver I was two years ago," Britt said in June, referring to the 2010 season when he had 42 receptions for 775 yards and nine touchdowns. "And I'm probably going to be even better than that because I've focused more on football than I ever have in my life the last few months."



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39 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Čet 11 Jul 2013, 10:24

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tenesi može biti zanimljiv
igra trčanjem uz bolju OL može donijeti dosta dobrog
ako se bRit opameti može biti svašta



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40 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Sub 03 Avg 2013, 23:00

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Titans MLB Colin McCarthy will miss Tennessee's preseason opener with a right hamstring injury

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41 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 10:14

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tenesi su velika misterija lige. cekam da vidim nasta ce liciti ove godine.







42 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 10:45

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Imaju mnogo zajeban raspored u prvih sedam nedelja...

43 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 22:56

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Tenesi ima najtalentovaniji korpus hvatača. čekam da vidim šta mogu ta deca.







44 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 22:57

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od Brita svake godfine očekujemo čudo a dobijemo mućak
malo TE pozicija čudna



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45 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 23:02

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doveli mališu iz SF. Hanter sa Tenesija je odličan







46 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 23:03

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taj iz sf može poslužiti ko bager
ko vatac teško



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47 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 23:06

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pa imaju oni ko ce da hvata i trci







48 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 23:10

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pa s obziroma da brit pola sezone provede u buksi a pola u bolnici



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49 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 23:17

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valjda nije napravio neku glupost u skorije vreme







50 Re: Tennessee Titans taj Ned 04 Avg 2013, 23:42

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Titansi imaju najveci znak pitanja kada je u pitanju QB.

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