Thursday, January 13, 2011

Who The Titans Should Sign

The Tennessee Titans have made two good moves so far. They kept coach Jeff Fisher and got rid of Vince Young. Young won a lot of games as starting QB (30-17). But how many of those games did the team win because of him? Not nearly that many. His maturity level was never proven and showed he couldn't handle adversity. Peace out.

1. Quarterback is the most important position in sports. There's only one guy available that's been one of the five best at the position in the last decade: Donovan McNabb. His time in Washington is over. Bring him to Nashville to work with emerging superstar WR Kenny Britt. The Titans still have the best RB in the NFL, Chris Johnson. Adding a legitimate QB to the mix with championship experience instantly improves a stagnant offense.

2. The Titans went 13-3 in the 2008 season. No one could run the ball against the defense. Our defensive ends performed well above their skill level. And three of the four starters in the secondary went to the Pro Bowl. In the following two seasons, the defense hasn't been able to get off the field. The difference came from losing one player: Albert Haynesworth. He was never happy playing in Mike Shanahan's 3-4 defense in Washington and wants to come back where he started his career. And the Titans need him. His wide frame plugs up the running lanes inside and must be double-teamed. That gives the ends one-on-ones, so they can get consistent pressure. And that hides the inability of Cortland Finnegan and Chris Hope to cover anyone with talent.

Those two moves would put a team that was 5-2 earlier this season in position to dethrone the Colts as the AFC South's best team. Make it happen, Reinfeldt.


  1. pretty sure u wanted the titans to fire fisher...just sayin

  2. I wanted them to fire him if they could get somebody better. They can't.