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Tennessee Titans Football

Titans Hold Saints in Check, Trail 6-3 at Halftime

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 11, 2011 – 1:34 pm

John Kasey connected on a 29-yard field goal, giving the Saints a 6-3 lead with 15 seconds remaining in the second quarter at LP Field.

The Titans got the ball back, but ran out the clock deep in their own territory, trailing by just three points as they head into the locker room.

The Saints had first-and-goal at Tennessee’s 5-yard line with 1:11 remaining, but rookie defensive tackle Karl Klug sacked Drew Brees for a 7-yard loss, Alterraun Verner made a perfect form tackle on Darren Sproles, limiting him to a 1-yard gain, and Brees threw incomplete on a 3rd-and-11 pass intended for Lance Moore in the end zone.

New Orleans has outgained Tennessee 203-102 on offense, but the Titans should be happy about keeping the Saints out of the end zone both times when they marched deep into Tennessee territory.

Brees is 19-of-27 passing for 149 yards. He is averaging just 5.5 yards per attempt.

Jake Locker is 4-of-7 passing for 63 yards. Hasselbeck was 4-of-6 for 35 yards before leaving with the calf injury.


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Locker in for Injured Hasselbeck; Titans, Saints Tied at 3

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 11, 2011 – 1:02 pm

Rob Bironas connected on a 43-yard field goal, pulling the Titans into a 3-3 tie with New Orleans with 6:37 remaining in the second quarter at LP Field.

Matt Hasselbeck injured his left calf early in the five-play, 32-yard drive that rookie Jake Locker finished off.

Locker completed 3-of-4 passes for 51 yards, including a 31-yard strike to tight end Craig Stevens. You can watch Locker’s pass to Stevens right here.


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Saints Strike First, Take 3-0 Lead

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 11, 2011 – 12:06 pm

After New Orleans marched down field on the opening drive, the Titans’ defense finally stepped up.

Rookie cornerback Chris Hawkins helped break up a Drew Brees pass intended for Darren Sproles, forcing the Saints to settle for a 25-yard John Kasay field goal with 9:54 remaining in the first quarter.

So after the Saints drove 72 yards on 10 plays in the game’s first five minutes, they have only three points to show for it.


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Countdown to Kickoff: Titans Hit Field for Warmups

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 11, 2011 – 11:15 am

The Tennessee Titans are in final preparations for today’s noon kickoff against the New Orleans Saints at LP Field. Check out our pregame slideshow!

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CJ is NFL’s Rushing Leader Over Last 4 Weeks

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 8, 2011 – 5:23 pm

Chris Johnson appears to be back on track — and in a big way.

Johnson rushed for 153 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Tennessee’s 23-17 victory at Buffalo. He notched 190 rushing yards the previous week vs. Tampa Bay, giving him back-to-back 150-yard rushing efforts for the second time in his career.

So after totaling just 366 rushing yards through the first eight games, Johnson has rushed for an NFL-high 486 yards over the last four weeks. His 5.7-yard rushing average is second in the NFL over that span, behind only San Diego’s Ryan Mathews’ 5.9-yard average.

NFL RUSHING LEADERS OVER THE LAST 4 WEEKS (since Nov. 10)

1. Chris Johnson (Ten) – 486 yards (5.7 avg)

2. Marshawn Lynch (Sea) – 456 yards (4.3 avg)

3. Maurice Jones-Drew (Jac) – 397 yards (4.7 avg)

4. Ray Rice (Bal) – 394 yards (5.3 avg)

5. Beanie Wells (Ari) – 390 yards (5.0 avg)

6. Michael Bush (Oak) – 353 yards (3.8 avg)

7. DeMarco Murray (Dal) – 333 yards (4.2 avg)

8. Ryan Mathews (SD) – 320 yards (5.9 avg)

9. LeSean McCoy (Phi) – 309 yards (4.8 avg)

10. Michael Turner (Atl) – 300 yards (3.9 avg)


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CJ Working on Another Big December

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 7, 2011 – 5:24 pm

Since he entered the NFL in 2008, Chris Johnson leads the league in total rushing yards (5,450). In the same period of time, he also averages 101.7 yards per contest in December/January games, also more than any other player in the final month of the season.

Johnson’s 153 yards last week in his first December appearance of 2011 continued the trend. The performance gave him 100 or more rushing yards in nine out of 15 career regular season games in December and January.

Most rushing yards per game in December/January regular season games, 2008–2011:

1. Chris Johnson – 1,424 yards (101.7 ypg)

2. Ray Rice – 1,161 yards (96.8 ypg)

3. Jonathan Stewart – 1,385 yards (92.3 ypg)

4. Jamaal Charles – 1,204 yards (86.0 ypg)

5. Michael Turner – 939 yards (85.4 ypg)

6. Cedric benson – 1,179 yards (84.2 ypg)

7. Frank Gore – 660 yards (82.5 ypg)

8. Maurice Jones-Drew – 1,141 yards (81.5 ypg)

9. Adrian Peterson – 1,030 yards (79.2 ypg)

10. Steven Jackson – 1,096 yards (78.3 ypg)


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Kern Had one of Franchise’s Best Punting Days

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 6, 2011 – 5:33 pm

Punter Brett Kern is quietly making his mark on the franchise record book.

Last week at Buffalo, Kern punted five times for 239 yards (47.8 gross average) with a long of 57 and four punts placed inside the Buffalo 20-yard line. Two of his punts ended with a fair catch, while one was downed by the Titans. Leodis McKelvin was limited to 10 total yards on the two punts he was able to return. The result was a net average for Kern of 45.8 yards per punt.

Net punting average has been tracked in the NFL since 1976. Since that time, Kern’s net average against the Bills ranks sixth for the Titans/Oilers franchise (four punts required to qualify). He also occupies the fourth spot on the list (career-high 46.5 net average at Seattle on Jan. 3, 1010).

Highest single-game net punting average, franchise history (since 1976; minimum four punts):

1. Greg Montgomery – 49.8 net avg. 9-19-93 vs. San Diego

2. Greg Montgomery – 49.4 net avg. 12-27-92 vs. Buffalo

3. Craig Hentrich – 48.5 net avg. 11-4-01 vs. Jacksonville

4. Brett Kern – 46.5 net avg. 1-3-10 vs. Seattle

5. Craig Hentrich – 46.3 net avg. 9-20-09 vs. Houston

6. Brett Kern – 45.8 net avg. 12-4-11 vs. Buffalo


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Titans’ Secondary Faces Stiff Test Against Brees

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 5, 2011 – 11:20 am

The Titans’ secondary will have its hands full on Sunday.

One of the most prolific passers in NFL history makes his way to Nashville, looking to continue his record pace.

Through 12 games, Saints QB Drew Brees has completed 349 of 496 passes (70.4 percent) with 30 touchdowns. He leads the NFL with 4,031 passing yards (335.9 average per game) and is on pace to surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Marino’s all-time record for most passing yards in a season (5,084, 1984).

Brees passed for 342 yards on Sunday and became the first quarterback in NFL history to reach 4,000 passing yards in his team’s first 12 games of a season.

So despite Sunday’s 23-17 victory at Buffalo that kept Tennessee in the AFC playoff race, members of the Titans secondary were in no mood to celebrate knowing what’s on tap.

“We have a big, big challenge next week,” safety Michael Griffin said. “Right now you can look at the win and be happy about it, but Drew Brees is coming to LP Field and that’s going to be a very tough matchup. We know they can put points on the board and that’s going to be something as a defense we have to start early. We have to figure out how we’re going to slow those guys down.”

Cornerback Cortland Finnegan is already mentally preparing himself.

“We’ve got to do some extra studying,” Finnegan said. “I might not do another interview this coming week because I’ll be watching film. We’ve got a good opponent coming in.”


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Titans Hold on in Buffalo, Improve to 7-5

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 4, 2011 – 3:10 pm

The Tennessee Titans finally put away the Buffalo Bills and improved to 7-5 on the season.

You can watch the game highlights right here.

After Stevie Johnson’s touchdown pulled Buffalo within 23-17, the Titans started at their own 20-yard line with 2:58 remaining and chose to run Chris Johnson early and often to eat up the clock.  The strategy worked as Johnson picked up four and seven yards on the first two plays, giving Tennessee a first down at the 31-yard line with 2:10 remaining.

A false start and three consecutive running plays by Johnson that netted just six yards forced Tennessee to punt on 4th-and-9 with 1:13 to go. Brett Kern came through in the clutch, booming a 57-yard punt  to the Buffalo 11. Leodis McKelvin’s 4-yard return had Buffalo starting at its own 15-yard line with 1:02 remaining and no timeouts.

Ryan Fitzpatrick hit Naaman Roosevelt for 25 yards and a first down at the Buffalo 40 with 42 seconds left, but Tennessee’s defense then held Fitzpatrick to four consecutive incomplete passes to close out the game.

So at 7-5, the Titans remain very much alive in the AFC playoff race with four games remaining. They face a tough test this coming Sunday when Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints visit LP Field. Following that game, the Titans play at Indianapolis, at home vs. Jacksonville and at Houston to close out the regular season.


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Bills Pull Within 23-17 With 2:58 Remaining

Posted by Gary Glenn on December 4, 2011 – 2:50 pm

Nothing is ever easy about closing out the Bills in Buffalo.

Ryan Fitzpatrick fired a two-yard touchdown strike to Stevie Johnson, pulling the Bills within 23-17 with 2:58 remaining in the fourth quarter.

Buffalo converted a pair of third and fourth downs on the 15-play, 80-yard drive that consumed 5:57 on the clock.

The Bills have two timeouts and the two-minute warning at their disposal.


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