Wednesday, December 1, 2010
RTC: Non-mainstream edition
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage …
Today we skip the papers and yield the floor to the blogs so many fans spend so much time writing and putting together.
Send Vonta Leach to the beach, says Battle Red Blog.
Battle Red Blog thinks I committed a mortal sin by saying Cortland Finnegan did good work against Andre Johnson. I’ll repeat my thinking: Any defense would happily surrender Johnson’s Sunday stat line of 56 yards, a 6.2-yard average and one touchdown.
Breaking down the offensive line play with Nate Dunlevy.
Simple steps the Colts should take to win the division, from Stampede Blue.
The defensive tackles are underrated and playing well, says Brett Mock.
The league needs to re-emphasize defensive holding, says Brad Keller.
Bill Polian's reasoning regarding the Ryan Lilja move, courtesy of Stampede Blue.
The Jaguars have not been very good in Nashville lately, says Alfie Crow.
Who’s crisp and who’s soggy, from Luke Sims.
Tuesday was the team’s 17th anniversary, Crow reminds us.
Brian Levenson wonders if the Jaguars are on the verge of greatness.
Upon further review, the Titans’ defense wasn’t that bad, says Music City Miracles.
Checking on where the Titans land in various power rankings, including ours, with Music City Miracles.
It’s time for more Jared Cook, says Drexel Perry.
Jeff Fisher certainly made some changes, says Andrew Strickert.