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W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2)

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W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2) 

Post#1 » by SD2042 » Fri Sep 25, 2015 2:38 am

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Who: Tennessee Titans(1-1) vs. Indianapolis Colts(0-2)
When: Sunday, September 27th
Where: Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN
Time: 12:00 PM CST
TV: NFL on CBS
All Time Series: Colts lead 27-14
Season Series: First Meeting
Trivia Fact: The last time the Titans beaten the Colts was back on 10/30/2011 at home by the score of 27-10




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Titans Injury Report


RB Antonio Andrews – hamstring, Full Participation

DT Sammie Lee Hill – knee, DNP

FS Marqueston Huff – hamstring, DNP

CB Jason McCourty – groin, limited

CB Cody Riggs – knee, DNP

TE Delanie Walker – hand, Full Participation

Guard Chance Warmack – knee, DNP


Colts Injury Report

TE Dwayne Allen- ankle, DNP

CB Darius Butler- hip, DNP

LB Trent Cole- knee, Limited

CB Vontae Davis- shoulder, Full Participation

G Lance Louis- shoulder, Limited

OLB Robert Mathis- achilles, Limited

CB Greg Toler- neck, Limited





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Re: W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2) 

Post#2 » by InfraRedshaw » Fri Sep 25, 2015 2:55 pm

woot :) frig you colts!
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Re: W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2) 

Post#3 » by I Am Awesome-O » Fri Sep 25, 2015 7:33 pm

I'm thinking Mariota bounces back and has a huge day in his first career game at LP Fie-- er, Nissan Stadium. O-Line has to step up in a big way, though.
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Re: W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2) 

Post#4 » by SD2042 » Sat Sep 26, 2015 4:33 am

InfraRedshaw wrote:woot :) frig you colts!


It would be good to start the home opener with a win against a team that's had our number for the last four years. I know the Titans are young, but if the set up a good plan to target the Colts secondary with our WRs, it should open the field a bit and get the running game in motion putting the Colts defense on its heels.

I Am Awesome-O wrote:I'm thinking Mariota bounces back and has a huge day in his first career game at LP Fie-- er, Nissan Stadium. O-Line has to step up in a big way, though.


Still trying get use to the name change. Why can't the Titans home base just pick a name and stick with it? :nonono:
As for Mariota, he has some toughness and has made an impression that he will get back up, dust off last week's loss along with the rest of the team and fight their way to a win.
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Re: W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2) 

Post#6 » by InfraRedshaw » Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:37 pm

tough loss fellas, cant hate the hustle of MM though, damn its exciting to have a competent QB
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Re: W3: Home Opener Titans(1-1) vs. Colts(0-2) 

Post#7 » by SD2042 » Wed Sep 30, 2015 12:38 am

InfraRedshaw wrote:tough loss fellas, cant hate the hustle of MM though, damn its exciting to have a competent QB


No lie there. MM has been the better QB the Titans had in a long time. I look for him to continue to get better as his career goes along.

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