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EddieGeorge27


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Darn your hands Drew Bennett. This is such a great thread. Brings back so many memories.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 11:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I made a mistake i thought the number 40 ge was when we beat them i didnt realize it was the playoff loss. I was at the game in 02 not 04
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JaguarCrazy2832


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is very cool Titan fans, although I found it incredibly hilarious to see:

D-MVP: Cortland Finnegan...SHUT DOWN TOP-RECEIVER

I consider to be a die-hard Jacksonville fan more than anything else, but I'm trying to remember who our "Top" Receiver" was in 2009...

Mike Sims-Walker?
Matt Jones?
Reggie Williams?
Ernest Wilford?
Dennis Northcutt?

If it was Matt Jones, Mesa could probably cover him with a baggie of sweet & low yelling "HEY MATT, ITS CRACK...GO GET IT BOY!!!"
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ttitansfan4life


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 1:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
If it was Matt Jones, Mesa could probably cover him with a baggie of sweet & low yelling "HEY MATT, ITS CRACK...GO GET IT BOY!!!"


I Laughing so hard. You've always been my favorite Jags fan "Jaguarcrazy"
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titansfan1


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
This is very cool Titan fans, although I found it incredibly hilarious to see:

D-MVP: Cortland Finnegan...SHUT DOWN TOP-RECEIVER

I consider to be a die-hard Jacksonville fan more than anything else, but I'm trying to remember who our "Top" Receiver" was in 2009...

Mike Sims-Walker?
Matt Jones?
Reggie Williams?
Ernest Wilford?
Dennis Northcutt?

If it was Matt Jones, Mesa could probably cover him with a baggie of sweet & low yelling "HEY MATT, ITS CRACK...GO GET IT BOY!!!"

Mike Walker. There weren't really any standout defensive performances that game so I put him
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JaguarCrazy2832


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

titansfan1 wrote:
JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
This is very cool Titan fans, although I found it incredibly hilarious to see:

D-MVP: Cortland Finnegan...SHUT DOWN TOP-RECEIVER

I consider to be a die-hard Jacksonville fan more than anything else, but I'm trying to remember who our "Top" Receiver" was in 2009...

Mike Sims-Walker?
Matt Jones?
Reggie Williams?
Ernest Wilford?
Dennis Northcutt?

If it was Matt Jones, Mesa could probably cover him with a baggie of sweet & low yelling "HEY MATT, ITS CRACK...GO GET IT BOY!!!"

Mike Walker. There weren't really any standout defensive performances that game so I put him


iirc, Walker played a great game against Tennessee like a month before the other game going like 7-90-2, but Finny got him back in round 2 no doubt
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 12:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ttitansfan4life wrote:
JaguarCrazy2832 wrote:
If it was Matt Jones, Mesa could probably cover him with a baggie of sweet & low yelling "HEY MATT, ITS CRACK...GO GET IT BOY!!!"


I Laughing so hard. You've always been my favorite Jags fan "Jaguarcrazy"


Laughing Glad I could provide a laugh at my team's expense. Its hard to hate alot of the titan fans on FF for the same reason
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2012 4:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sorry for no updates in the last 2 days guys. been busy. next will be posted either tomorrow or no later than tuesday
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MrOneWayRoad


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 2:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I know there's still a lot of games left for you to post, but I love talking Titans history. Music City Miracle is #1 in my book. Magical game during a magical season. I've thought and thought and thought, and can't think of another game that would challenge it for the top spot. Maybe our AFC title game win over the Jags, but the game itself wasn't really anything special, and it wouldn't have been possible without the MCM. And even though we lost, super bowl 34 would have to crack my top 5, maybe even top 3. The part of me that is simply a football fan really appreciates just how good of a game that actually was. The fact that it was on the largest stage, America's game, puts it right up there.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 10:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

35. St. Louis Rams at Tennessee Titans: December 13, 2009
Final Score: 47-7 Titans


Before the Game:
The Titans were 5-7, Rams 1-11 and worst team in NFL. Titans were favored by 13.

The Game:
Well, anytime Keith Null is a starting QB things aren't gonna be pretty.

Offensive MVP:
Chris Johnson (117 rush yards/2 TD)

Defensive MVP:
Keith Bulluck/Courtland Finnegan (2 INT each)

Other Notes:
Technically, the biggest blowout win in Titans history

ESPN Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=291213010

34. Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans: September 7, 2008
Final Score: 17-10 Titans


Before the Game:
On the opening day of 2008, the Jags were favored by 3

The Game:
Vince Young went down with an injury, but Kerry Collins and the defense led the team to victory.

Offensive MVP:
Bo Scaife (105 rec yards)

Defensive MVP:
Albert Haynesworth (2 sacks)

Other Notes:
A rocky start to a marvelous regular season.

ESPN Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=280907010

33. Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans: September 18, 2011
Final Score: 26-13 Titans


Before the Game:
The Ravens were 1-0, Titans 0-1. The Ravens were favored by 5.5.

The Game:
Kenny Britt was dominant, and the defense held up in a huge Titans victory.

Offensive MVP:
Kenny Britt (135 rec yards, TD)

Defensive MVP:
Karl Klug (2 forced fumbles)

Other Notes:
Literally nobody expected the Titans to even compete in this game, let alone dominate. If Kenny Britt is back to form next year watch out.

ESPN Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=310918010

32. Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans: October 24, 2010
Final Score: 37-19 Titans


Before the Game:
The Titans were 4-2, Eagles 3-3. The Titans were favored by 3.

The Game:
Down by 9 in the 4th quarter, the Titans scored 27 unanswered points, and Kenny Britt had the best game for a Titans receiver in history.

Offensive MVP:
Kenny Britt (225 rec yards, 3 TD)

Defensive MVP:
Courtland Finnegan (INT TD)

Other Notes:
At 5-2, this was the highlight of the Titans 2010 season. Everything went in the gutter after this.

ESPN Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=301024010

31. Green Bay Packers at Tennessee Titans: November 2, 2008
Final Score: 19-16 Titans OT


Before the Game:
The Titans were undefeated at 7-0. The Packers were 4-3. The Titans were favored by 4.

The Game:
Despite Bironas missing a GW FG at the end of regulation, he got another chance in overtime and didn't mess up again.

Offensive MVP:
Chris Johnson (rush TD) Rob Bironas (4 FG)

Defensive MVP:
Chris Hope (sack, INT)

Other Notes:
The Titans proved themselves even more to the national media with an 8-0 start.

ESPN Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=281102010
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30. Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens: October 22, 2000
Final Score: 14-6 Titans


Before the Game:
Titans 5-1, Ravens 5-2.

The Game:
In a defensive battle, Randall Godfrey's INT TD proved to be the deciding factor.

Offensive MVP:
Steve McNair (TD Pass)

Defensive MVP:
Randall Godfrey (deciding INT TD)

Other Notes:
What should have been..

Box Score:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200010220rav.htm

29. Tennessee Titans at Washington Redskins: October 30, 2000
Final Score: 27-21 Titans


Before the Game:
Monday Night Football. Titans were 6-1 and among the best in the AFC. Redskins 6-2 and among the best in the NFC.

The Game:
Big plays from Derrick Mason, Samari Rolle, Steve McNair, and Frank Wycheck paved the way for MNF.

Offensive MVP:
Steve McNair (14-18, TD)

Defensive MVP:
Samari Rolle (2 INT, TD)

Other Notes:
The Titans pretty much proved with this game that they were the best team in the NFL at the time.

Box Score:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200010300was.htm

28. Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans: October 12, 2003
Final Score: 38-17 Titans


Before the Game:
Titans were 3-2, Texans 2-2. Texans were looking to not be a cellar dweller. Titans were favored by 10.

The Game:
Derrick Mason had his finest game in a Titans uniform, and Steve McNair passed for over 400 yards in a blowout victory.

Offensive MVP:
Derrick Mason (177 yards/3 TD) Steve McNair (421 Pass yards)

Defensive MVP:
Andre Dyson (INT TD return)

Other Notes:
Back to the cellar Texans

Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=231012010

27. Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans: October 21, 2007
Final Score: 38-36 Titans


Before the Game:
Titans were 3-2, Texans 3-3. Titans were favored by 1.

The Game:
Titans blew a huge lead, but Rob Bironas saved the day with an NFL record 8 FG's.

Offensive MVP:
Rob Bironas (8 FG's)

Defensive MVP:
Nick Harper (2 INT)

Other Notes:
Back to the cellar Texans

Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=271021034

26. Tennessee Titans at New York Giants: December 1, 2002
Final Score: 32-29 Titans (OT)


Before the Game:
Both teams were 6-5 and this was a must win game for both teams.

The Game:
A late TD pass to Frank Wycheck sent the game into OT, and Joe Nedney hit the game winning FG.

Offensive MVP:
Steve McNair (3 pass TD)

Defensive MVP:
Carlos Hall (sack)

Other Notes:
If we hadn't of won this game momentum might not have been on our sides for a playoff run.

Box Score:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200212010nyg.htm
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25. Tennessee Titans at Cincinnati Bengals: October 27, 2002
Final Score: 30-24 Titans


Before the Game:
The Bengals were winless and the Titans were 2-4. Titans had to win this game.

The Game:
Titans won after a goal line stand where the Bengals were on the 1 yard line on 4th down, but Keith Bulluck made the GW tackle.

Offensive MVP:
Steve McNair (3 Pass TD)

Defensive MVP:
Keith Bulluck (GW tackle)

Other Notes:
This showed how resilient the 2002 Titans were

Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=221027004

24. Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans: December 25, 2000
Final Score: 31-0 Titans


Before the Game:
This was the last game of the 2000 season, Titans were playing for number 1 overall seed in AFC. This was MNF.

The Game:
As you see it was a blowout on national TV.

Offensive MVP:
Derrick Mason (95 rec yards, TD)

Defensive MVP:
Everyone

Other Notes:
For you history buffs, this was the last game the Titans have blown out a team. Let's hope we can do it in 2012!

Box Score:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/200012250oti.htm

23. Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars: October 18, 2010
Final Score: 30-3 Titans


Before the Game:
Both teams were 3-2. This was MNF. Titans were favored by 3.

The Game:
Titans blew the Jags out and a GIF was born.

Offensive MVP:
Chris Johnson (111 rush yards,TD)

Defensive MVP:
Everyone

Other Notes:
It's a shame that the 2010 season was thrown down the toilet.

Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=301018030

22. Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans: September 7, 2003
Final Score: 25-20 Titans


Before the Game:
The Titans were looking for revenge from the AFC Championship loss.

The Game:
The Titans got their revenge.

Offensive MVP:
Steve McNair (2 pass TD)

Defensive MVP:
Jevon Kearse (sack)

Other Notes:
This would set the tone for a pretty successful season, and a disastorous one for Oakland.

Game Recap:
http://espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=230907010

21. Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans: December 9, 1999
Final Score: 21-14 Titans


Before the Game:
Titans were 9-3, Raiders 6-6

The Game:
This was Eddie George's best game as a Titan.

Offensive MVP:
Eddie George (199 rush yards, 2 TD)

Defensive MVP:
Jevon Kearse (2 sacks)

Other Notes:
Eddie George was an important part of the Titans early success and that shouldn't be forgotten.

Box Score:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/199912090oti.htm
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