Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans ...
In an informal survey of 16 current and former Titans, only one -- safety Bernard Pollard -- said he definitely wouldn’t let his son play football, says John Glennon of The Tennessean. More spoke like Ryan Fitzpatrick: “Football has given me a wonderful life, not only in terms of making it to the NFL and financial reward, but football teaches you so many lessons in terms of how to work as a unit, and the importance of sportsmanship, and counting on other people and having them count on you. … I think more is being made out of (the concussion concern) and some of the long-term deals there.”
A lot of things have changed in the AFC South, but the Titans are still chasing the Colts, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
The Titans are adjusting the offense to suit Fitzpatrick’s strengths, says Glennon.
We’ve been talking a lot about bad losses for Mike Munchak’s Titans. David Boclair of the Nashville Post looks through his wins and finds there haven’t been many particularly impressive ones in that category. Pollard say there is a curse.