I'm sure there are many opinions out there. IMO, most of the problems with the team right now is due to OL and DL play and not taking advantage of opportunities. Piller is a huge disappointment. The penalties are drive-killers. The Titans don't have the potent offense to overcome such setbacks in this dink and dunk Chowball scheme. Olson hasn't impressed me for a few seasons now. I also see the direction of a lighter OL and the offensive scheme as being in conflict. The OL doesn't appear to get the push needed for a power running game or to protect an immobile QB. The most baffling thing about not replacing Olson and Piller is that now is the time to build a solid OL while the rest of the team is rebuilding. Assuming the goal for a series of playoff runs is '08 and beyond, why not put some guys in there with upside to have ready when Young is ready? Bell should start at G and Stewart at RT in Green Bay Friday. Defensively, the lack of talent and depth on the DL is the main reason for most of the problems I see. Besides the long TD run, Haynesworth made a dramatic improvement on the inside from last week. You remove the big run of 62 and do a better job containing Vick and the Titans first defense only gave up around 100 yards of offense in the first half. Vick only completed half his passes for less than 50 yards. The problem is Haynesworth didn't have much help and DE play was horrible once KVB left the game. Schobel was awful from the right side and only slightly better from the left. Vick was able to roll out on him anytime he wanted. Hopefully, cuts this week give the Titans some options at both DT and DE. Not taking advantage of opportunities is a holdover problem from last year. We had a number of drops in the first game. In this one, Finnegan had a ball sail through his hands last night. Mahelona had the ball carrier stopped behind the line. Both plays, if made, stop scoring drives and change momentum. They are not making those big, momentum-changing plays. It's not all bad. Offensively, I like what we are seeing from Troupe. Wade is the real deal and may be the best receiver on the squad. It's encouraging how White gets the tough yards. But Chow has to find a way to create some rhythm. For whatever reason, it doesn't look like anyone is comfortable with this offense unless it is the hurry-up. Defensively, Thornton looks like the best pickup of the offseason. But Sirmon isn't the answer at MLB and Gardner doesn't look any better to me than last. Depth on the DL and CB are a concern. The Titans D needs to stay healthy because they are thin. I hope we'll see some OL/DL help come in this week after cuts. Going into the final preseason game, I'd like to see Tulloch start with the first team defense and Fuller go instead of Thompson. Slide Bell inside and put Stewart at RT. I hope they look at a G if one is cut as well. If the Titans can begin getting better play from the OL, DL and take better advantage of opportunities, I think this team as a chance to get back on track. If they can't, then it'll be a rough ride for the team and the fans.