Titans fail to hold on to the lead, fall to Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens bounced back from a two game losing streak by going back to basics and running the ball down the throats as Justin Forset ran for 112 yards on 20 carries (5.6 yards per carry) and two touchdowns while Joe Flaco threw for another on 16-27 for 169 yards.

“Going into the bye, you want to feel good about things and get back on track,” tight end Owen Daniels said. “It was huge for us today.”

Things do not get any easier for the Titans as they next face the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3). The only upside is it is at home.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so get yours now!

Titans revamping roster in hopes of a better record

With no less than 15 new faces on the Tennessee Titans roster, change was inevitable. While the team has upgraded the quality of players on its rosters, there is still a major question of how to get them to improve on last season’s 6-10 record.

And if it wasn’t evident from the collapse of last season, Head Coach Mike Munchak knows that this could be his last season with the squad if they do not make it to the playoffs so elusive since 2008. Oh, on top of all of that, the team is now implementing a new offense which won’t make things any easier.

“Anytime you have new staff and new players, you’re antsy to get going. Once we got out here, for phase two the last seven weeks, we’re very happy with what we’re doing,” Munchak said. “Once we’re out here, I love the nine weeks in a row. For me, it’s a lot better than it used to be when it was spread out over more weeks. I like the fact that once we start, it’s nine straight weeks, and we have these guys here three or four times a week and we have continuation from one week to the next. You don’t have to reteach things.”

The Titans open the regular season on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Be sure to get out and support your Titans at home!