and the Titans just suck. I understand that we don't want to admit it, but these are not the Texans that we've loved to ridicule for so long. They really don't have any flaws. Offense, defense, special teams... Solid run and pass blocking. Much improved secondary play. They do a good job of pressuring the QB as well. They really look like a legit SB contender. The hiring of Phillips as DC was a homerun. Heck, they nearly beat the Ravens in last year's playoffs with their third string QB and the Titans win over them last year was a gift from an injury depleted AFC south champion who were resting their starters trying to recover for the playoffs. Schaub is really good and seems like an allright feller overall. Arian Foster became an instant star behind that impressive line. IMO, AJ and Cushing are both unlikeable cads who really seem to make the Titans lose their composure. So while I don't like the Texans, you have got to give credit where it is due. They git-r-done done on the field and they don't have any players to my knowledge who are soft divas or immature losers who are constantly in trouble with the law. The Titans on the other hand have a scrub coaching staff, terrible run blocking, and a seemingly flash in the pan RB who got the big head and started demanding more money and well.. you know the story. Then this past offseason good ole Peyton wasted our time when we could have been locking up more attainable free agents that could have filled more pressing needs. Hooray for Bud!!! This old man is a sorry owner. The Titan's almost never have good secondary play and in recent years some of our most naturally gifted players on both sides of the ball are either injury prone, soft, or have character flaws. Britt can't stay on the field and has the maturity of a 15 year old. That combination will likely cut his career short, which is a shame because he is a phenomenal talent. I can't say for certain, but he seems unwilling to play through pain as well. Yes, I know he has had some serious injuries so maybe that isn't a fair assessment. But that ankle injury looked suspicious. Just saying. VY was also fragile as all get out and emotionally unstable. The Titans had to give him time to prove he was worthy but in the end it was a failed attempt that set us back multiple years. McCarthy has shown promise but he has yet to see the field this season. We all had high hopes for Morgan but again injuries have really hindered his production. I will say that I like Locker. That was a nasty hit he took and I hope he recovers quickly. I think Locker can be a good QB and team leader but the Titans can't afford to allow him to get hit like that. CJ did well today so props to him for his first good performance since forever. Now if he really wants to earn his check, let him continue to do that. Even though the Titans got their skulls caved in, at least they did run the ball with some success. I'm not optimistic that it will continue though quite frankly. if we don't get our defensive secondary and run blocking issues fixed, we won't win many games this year. If you were willing to read my insanely long rant then props to you. I'm just really sick of how this franchise does business and it makes it much worse to sit back and watch a team like the Texans closing in on a Super Bowl while the Titans franchise does just enough to tease us but never really turns the corner.