Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans…
The Titans needed a win like this, and following a “Just Believe” mantra, they found a way to get it, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
In a crossroad season, the Titans aren’t waiting for people like Kenny Britt to get on board, says David Climer of The Tennessean.
To which I say: In this piece offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains says, “We’re not going to be good if we’re stupid.” I hear the influence of the late Mike Heimerdinger there, and I love that way of thinking.
Receiver Nate Washington led with what he said and with what he did, says John Glennon of The Tennessean.
The Titans overcame way too many penalties, a couple drops and two failed challenges to win, says Glennon.
Delanie Walker’s late drop nearly turned into an interception, but he smartly broke it up, says The Tennessean crew in their game notebook.
Wyatt’s report card.
A play-by-play look at the game-winning drive, from David Boclair of the Nashville Post.
Even on an awful personal day, Britt was able to show his enthusiasm for the team's accomplishment, says Boclair.
Jake Locker reaffirmed the value of his feet, says Boclair.
And one from the other side…
“If the fact the Chargers played the entire game without five starters and lost two more along the way means the injuries have started this soon, it is going to be difficult to hang on to even mediocrity,” writes Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego.