The Dallas Cowboys struggled in their Week 1 loss, and in Week 2 they face a very hot Tennessee Titans team. Here is a look at the Titans heading into this big game.
With Chris Johnson gone, the Tennessee Titans look to redesign their offense and that all starts with quarterback Jake Locker. After an injury plagued career, Locker has to stay healthy and become a leader on and off the field if the Titans want to win.
There are a good amount of teams this season that will be looking to their quarterbacks to bring everything together to be on the winning path. Here is my list of quarterbacks that need a big 2014 season….
The playoffs are heating up and there are teams fighting for not only spots, but also positioning in both the NFC and AFC. Aside from that, there are a number of teams dealing with personnel that may not even be around next season.
Injuries can cause a player to take time off from their team and sometimes that means the entire season. When injuries heal, it is time for those players to return and hopefully make a return sooner rather than later. For others? Injuries can mean coming full circle back to the place where it all began.
The NFL can actually bring about a wide range of emotions all in the course of a couple of days. The New England Patriots brought about confusion and anger. The Green Bay Packers brought about fear and concern. The Tennessee Titans brought about tears and sadness.
Titans owner K.S. “Bud” Adams Jr. has died in his Houston home. He was 90.
When it comes to the National Football League, there can be a lot of emotions that go about all in one instant. With these stories, there are feelings of disappointment, anger, and support in just the matter of one day.
Wide receivers in the NFL can either prosper greatly and make a big-time name for themselves or sit quietly in the background and move around from team to team. Kevin Walter is one of the few that has done both, and hopes to excel now with the Titans, since this may be his last chance.
UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck is hiring his younger brother, former NFL player and coach Tim Hauck, as defensive coordinator