SUMMARY: Despite leading the Titans in tackles the last four seasons, LB Keith Bulluck is never satisfied. "He is always striving to get better. And he should be in a position to do that this year," said LB Coach Dave McGinnis. "Now it is not a one-man show. The (NFL) is not a one-man show at all. He, by no means, is saying he has to do it all. But he has to do everything he does at a top level and if he continues to do that ... it will be huge for us." Bulluck's goals are to finish with 10 sacks, which would be twice as many as he had last season, and to total at least 150 tackles again. Free-agent linebacker David Thornton could help Bulluck reach those goals. Putting Bulluck and Thornton on opposite sides of veteran Peter Sirmon in the middle makes for a talented trio. "I am just going to let it play out," Bulluck said. "As far as them coming in and helping me, we'll see. If I am freed up more, then it happens, but I am getting myself to play the best football I have ever played." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.