• BGA Preview: Jets at Titans

    Summary of 26 articles · Updated Dec 20, 2012
    • Titans defense makes substantial improvements

      Earlier this season, the Tennessee Titans defense was on pace to allow the most points in league history. The Titans were allowing over 34 points a game and had allowed 30 or more points in seven of their first nine games this season. The defensive stru…
    • How to rebuild the New York Jets

      From top to bottom, the New York Jets are a mess. The Jets have quarterback issues, an old and expensive roster and a circus-like atmosphere in the locker room. New York has a gigantic cleanup project ahead in 2013. It won't be easy, but the AFC East bl…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • BGA: Jets at Titans — Part Two (Defense/ST)

      This analysis is based on watching and re-watching TV footage. As such, it is not always possible to accurately determine everything that was going on. However, every effort has been made to ensure that the information below is as complete and correct a…
    • What I think the Titans are thinking

      What I think they should be thinking at the headquarters of the Tennessee Titans this afternoon… Hey, it’s a W. We’re not good enough or in position to grade its caliber. There is a lot to correct but it’s better to go back to work grading an ugly
      Source: ESPN.com
    • BGA: Jets at Titans — Part One (Offense)

      This analysis is based on watching and re-watching TV footage. As such, it is not always possible to accurately determine everything that was going on. However, every effort has been made to ensure that the information below is as complete and correct a…
    • Titans let Jets make mistakes, find a win

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Minimizing mistakes and letting Mark Sanchez do his thing wound up a sufficient recipe for the Tennessee Titans to end a three-game losing streak and eke out a 14-10 win over the New York Jets on "Monday Night Football." Th…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Titans hang on to knock Jets out of playoff hunt

      Chris Johnson went 94 yards for the longest touchdown run in the NFL since 2006, and the Tennessee Titans beat the Jets 14-10 on Monday night to eliminate New York from playoff contention.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rapid Reaction: Titans 14, Jets 10

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Thoughts on the Titans’ 14-10 victory over the Jets at LP Field: What it means: The end of a three-game losing streak for Tennessee (5-9). Coach Mike Munchak can use a solid finish to prevent owner Bud Adams from considering a change
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Hopes Dashed: The Jets' slim playoff hopes came crashing down a…

      The Jets' slim playoff hopes came crashing down against the Titans. Tennessee survived a rough offensive outing to top New York 14-10, ending the Jets' shot at playoff contention.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Matchup: 1-2-3 Against the Titans

      With  the season hanging in the balance, the Jets head to Nashville to take on the Titans.  Here’s three things to look out for in tonight’s game. Run Baby Run - The Jets running game has gotten in a groove in recent weeks and this is no week to s
    • Three things to watch: Jets at Titans

      The New York Jets (6-7) will try to stay alive in the AFC wild-card race against the Tennessee Titans (4-9) on ESPN’s "Monday Night Football." Here are three things to watch for New York: 1. Braylon Edwards returns: The Jets went back to the future this
    • The Playbook: Jets (6-7) at Tenessee Titans (4-9)

      Jake Locker vs. S LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell: The Titans want to be able to use Locker’s big arm to attack down the field but he has nine turnovers in the past three games and was ultimately responsible for blowing a big halftime lead against the Co
    • Smith: Jets not ready for prime time

      The last time the Jets were on a national stage they suffered one of the most humiliating losses in franchise history - a mental and physical beatdown by their most hated rivals, the New England Patriots, on Thanksgiving evening.
    • Matchup: Jets (6-7) at Titans (4-9)

      Thirty-six is a magical number for the Jets. When they have that many rushing attempts, they are 5-0.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Titans will have a decision to make on Chris Johnson’s contract

      The massive contract the Titans gave Chris Johnson before last season has so far not looked like a wise investment. In less than two months, the Titans will have to decide whether to cut their losses. ESPN’s Adam Schefter noted this morning that Johnson
    • Titans have window to decide on Johnson deal

      The Titans have a five-day window after this season's Super Bowl, from Feb. 4 until Feb. 9, in which they can cut Chris Johnson at no cost against their salary cap next season.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • A Playoff Picture for the Jets

      By Jordan Aaron I’ve put a lot of though into what way was easiest for the Jets to get into the playoffs (if that is even realistic) and I’ve come to a few conclusions. The Jets beat 2 of the three other wild card contenders in a head to head — the
      Source: jetsgab.com
  • Titans D faces different challenge in Rodgers

    Bud Adams blasted his team and its coaching staff after a 51-20 loss to Chicago on Nov. 4. The response hasn’t produced the win-loss record the team would have liked -- the Titans are just 2-3. They have played far better defense, however. They are up s
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Titans plan to keep Chris Johnson, pay him $10 million in 2013

    We noted on Sunday that the Titans will have a tough decision to make regarding running back Chris Johnson after the season, when they must decide by February 9 whether to release him or to guarantee $9 million of his $10 million salary in 2013. But acc…
  • Mark Sanchez throws four picks as Jets playoff hopes come to end

    As crazy as it seems, the New York Jets still entered Monday night’s game against the Tennessee Titans with a chance to backdoor their way into the playoffs. Now those hopes are mercifully gone. Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez threw four interceptions and
    • NY Jets and Mark Sanchez back in spotlight, where they have struggled this season

      The last time the Jets were on a national stage they suffered one of the most humiliating losses in franchise history - a mental and physical beatdown by their most hated rivals, the New England Patriots, on Thanksgiving evening.
  • For Titans, a prime time chance at progress

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tonight for the Titans is about more than playing spoiler against the 6-7 Jets, who still hold faint playoff hopes. It’s the Titans' lone appearance on Monday Night Football this season, and a team that’s been embarrassed too often
    Source: ESPN.com

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