Tennessee Titans: Brandon Copeland

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Four things the Titans can do to enhance their playoff push, from John Glennon of The Tennessean.

To which I say: There was a time that we thought solid run defense was something they could count on.

The short handshake between Mike Munchak and Jeff Fisher wasn’t a big deal and too much has been made of it, says David Climer of The Tennessean.

Wide receiver Devon Wylie is a new member of the practice squad and linebacker Brandon Copeland is gone, says Glennon.

Why the 28-yard screen pass to Shonn Greene worked in St. Louis. Coordinator Dowell Loggains talks Craig Peters of the team website through the play.

RTC: Why key pass to Walker worked

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First-round receivers can be a risky proposition, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. He looks at Kenny Britt and the receiver class of 2009.

The Titans tweaked their practice squad, adding running back Kendall Gaskins and linebacker Brandon Copeland and waiving tackle Al Netter, says Wyatt.

A fake toss to Chris Johnson turned into a big completion from Ryan Fitzpatrick to Delanie Walker. Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains explains why it worked in this video with Craig Peters of the Titans’ website.

To which I say: A nice example of how a certain coverage begs for a certain play.

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