Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages, Mr. Train Daddy proudly brings to you a team with great defense; a team that can run the ball with a thunder and lighting combination; an old quarterback who doesn’t throw picks and doesn’t put the defense in bad situations. This team is the 4-0 Tennessee Titans.
All you doubters who said I was crazy for saying the Titans would roll through the season: What now son?
It’s a long season with many games yet to be played, but coaches in the NFL take four games at a time and rate their team a quarter of the season at a time. Chris Berman stated if you take one of those quarters of the season and let’s say you are 0-4?that’s ugly. Let’s say you’re 1-3?not good, 2-2?you’re probably satisfied, 3-1?you’re damn good.
But take one of those quarters and you’re 4-0?you’re a champion, you are dominant and need to keep on keeping on what you’re doing. It ain’t no thang but a chicken wang in Tennessee baby: 4-0!
Let’s keep it rolling Titans, like the Crimson Tide, No. 2 in the polls after dominating Georgia.
Tennessee Vols, go ahead and put up a bounty for fat Phillip’s head. We need a change in Big Orange country. That rich tradition’s gone sour with an old man that is just past his prime. We need fresh young talent leading this team to the golden gates.
Back to a real team, the Titans: they contained in, my opinion, the best running back in the league against the Minnesota Vikings. Adrian Peterson did manage to get a couple of touchdowns but was held to just 80 yards rushing.
Keith Bulluck said, “If he was held under a 100 yards, we did our job at the run stop; that guy is too good, and as a defense we’re glad to not have to see him twice a year.”
Smelly Collins threw for a season high 199 yards with Justin Gage and Justin McCareins making some athletic catches. The receivers have been the Titan’s weakest positional group, but they have improved in each of the first four games.
Chris “The Lighting Bolt” Johnson, the Titan’s first-round pick, hasn’t disappointed the fans. A couple of touchdown runs came for Johnson, one with just 3 minutes and 40 seconds in the fourth to seal the win for Tennessee.
Me and Scottie B. were at the Vikings game under the goal post getting hype. Those defensive stands have never looked so good up close. What a way to celebrate Sunday at a 98th consecutive sold-out game, the hot sun, cancer-infested bratwurst and the best fans in the NFL. I love being a fan!