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We were lost.
We wandered, lonely and forlorn. Unsure of where to place our faith and scared for what the future might hold. When suddenly, as if as an answer to unprayed prayers, came a light from the void.

This heavenly creature descended upon us in our desolation and imparted on us the two commandments:

1) Win some shit.
2) Don’t give fucks.

And rightfully we placed this man, this Saint of MCM, at the head of our table and in the place of great respect at our feasts and our festivals.

-The Book of Pratt 7:28

by I Believe in Rusty Smith

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Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #14 Details

The post-week 12 roster update is scheduled to go out on Friday morning for both the Xbox 360 and PS3. The changes were locked in prior to both Sidney Rice and Marcus McNeill moving to the IR so...

*JustinS The OFFICIAL MCM Facepalm


*JustinS The OFFICIAL MCM Facepalm


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #13 Details

The post-week 11 roster update for Madden NFL 12 arrived early this morning for both the Xbox 360 and PS3! The update will reflect the injury to Jay Cutler that is expected to keep him out ...

Hold off, please, on calls for Jake Locker


Locker looked good in relief work in Atlanta, but he was a changeup for the Falcons to defend at a point where the game was already just about out of reach. Sure, I’m interested in the quarterback’s progress and I know he’s the future. But Matt Hasselbeck’s been the Titans' MVP through 10 games in the eyes of Mike Munchak and in my view too. He’s got a sore forearm and elbow and is unlikely to practice Wednesday, Munchak said Monday. The team will likely not have a real accurate sense of whether he will be able to play Sunday against Tampa Bay until Friday. In the loss to the Falcons at the Georgia Dome, Hasselbeck didn’t break the wrong way on a play that turned into an interception, Lavelle Hawkins did. He didn’t turn 12 carries into 13 yards, Chris Johnson did. He didn’t allow Matt Ryan to find targets with no one pressuring him, the defensive line did. He didn’t allow Roddy White and Tony Gonzalez to find open spots in the second level of the Titans’ defense, the linebackers and secondary did. Bigger picture, to, Hasselbeck’s has little to do with the Titans’ major issues. **Truth


Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons Game Thread Part 2

Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game Thread Game...


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #12 Details

  The post-week 10 Madden NFL 12 roster update is scheduled to arrive tomorrow for both the Xbox 360 and PS3. The update moves Patrick Willis back into the elite group of 99 rated overall players...

Albert Haynesworth’s next ex-team is the Buccaneers


They are going to have a pretty sturdy D-line if Lazyworth can find his legs again...

Half-and-half Titans qualify as mediocre


***This is the tale of our team right now; "The Titans talked a lot about their lack of plays while defending their alleged playmakers."

It's Looking More And More Likely That Peyton Manning Is Finished


**** I know I know it's Stampede Blue, but this is getting pretty freakin' nuts/serious for Pey Pey and group We also now know, from Peyton himself, that his new contract is essentially a one-year deal with a four-year extension. This structure was suggested by Peyton himself back in July when it was put together. This means that Peyton knew he was hurt back then, knew it was serious, and provided the Colts an 'out' should he not get healthy enough to play again after 2011. The contract, I was the one that helped construct it in the manner that it is. It’s a one-year deal with a four-year extension, if you will. It was my recommendation, that I wasn’t healthy when I signed the contract and if I’m not healthy in February I think it’s fair for the Colts to be able to make their decision there. For those of you still wondering what all this means, the bottom line is this: Peyton Manning has to be healthy and ready to play football again by December or January, or the Colts are going to have to release him.


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #10 Details

  The next roster update for Madden NFL 12 is scheduled to go live on Friday for the Xbox 360 and PS3 and follows the completion of week eight of the season. Tim Tebow takes a sharp drop of 5...

Is Chris Johnson's contract carrot or cake?


In response to a question about expectations attached to his big new contract that gave him $30 million guaranteed, he said you don’t get a big new deal over expectations, you get it for what you’ve done. **Uhhhhhhh, what??

Oh, No. No, No, No. (Man Gets A Texans Super Bowl Champions Tattoo)


"Danieal Manning – he's my favorite Texans player," Chris said. "He inspired me to get the tattoo. I read where he said,'You can't go to the Super Bowl if you don't think Super Bowl'." **YES! I mean seriously, Yes. hahahahahaha

Tebow supporters need to lighten up


Pretty good article on the Tulloch Tebowing debacle that should not really be a debacle. I enjoyed this: "If later this year he sacks the Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers(notes) and then signals he’s wearing a pro wrestling championship belt, he’s mocking Rodger’s touchdown dance (or is it the "Discount Double Check"?) – not saying the WWE shouldn’t exist." Lighten up guys


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #9 Details

  The post week seven roster update for Madden NFL 12 brings three new players to the cusp of reaching the ratings pinnacle – as Jared Allen, Drew Brees, and Joe Thomas all receive bumps up to 98...

Munchak: No Personnel Changes After Lopsided Loss


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Mike Munchak is sticking both with his approach and his Tennessee Titans right now despite two ugly losses and a run game that remains the worst in the NFL. The Titans (3-3) turned in the most lopsided home loss since moving into LP Field in 1999 with a 41-7 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday, and they were outplayed in every category. Munchak understands people want change or something to blame, but he said Monday he doesn't see any personnel changes yet. He says they in how they are working and teaching with a 3-1 start proof that the approach works. The Titans have been outscored 79-24 in the losses, and losing to Houston cost them the lead in the AFC South. Tennessee hosts Indianapolis this weekend. **Dumpster Fire.

"Ooh Dream Weaver, I Believe You Can Get Me Through Niiiiiight"

"Ooh Dream Weaver, I Believe You Can Get Me Through Niiiiiight"

Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans Game Thread Second Half


Breaking down Chris Johnson's struggles


The consensus is that he has been too hesitant and that the line is not blocking well enough. "The Titans' interior offensive line and fullback haven’t played as well, the guards in particular," one high-ranking NFL personnel man said. "Johnson isn’t pressing the hole with as much confidence and hasn’t been as decisive on his cuts, but a lot of that is controlled by what movement you’re able to get up front to create some creases." Former NFL offensive line coach Larry Zierlein watched the Titans’ loss to the Steelers. "The thing that struck me in that game was that Chris Johnson was very indecisive, particularly when running the outside zone/stretch play, which I believe is their signature play," he said. "That play can go inside or outside but the runner must decide by his fourth step, based on his key of the defensive end, whether he is going inside or outside. It appeared to me that he was pre-determining to go outside and running laterally well beyond his fourth step. And when that wasn’t there, by the time he took it back inside the backside pursuit had closed that off, too." Space: Right guard Jake Scott said there are not regular busted assignments up front, that Johnson is the same and what’s going on "is not him." Get him into space and he’s as dangerous as ever. The thing is, Johnson’s rarely been in space. To get into space he first has to get through traffic, and so right now how good he can be running in traffic is the biggest question. I’d like him to spin, dive and squirm to turn a no-gain into a yard and to turn a 1-yard run into a 2-yard run. That may be the start of a turnaround as much as a home run. And he’s got to do some of that to make up for what’s been insufficient blocking. "Oh, the run blocking has been hideous," said Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders. "The total opposite of the pass blocking. Dead last in our Adjusted Line Yards stat. But Johnson doesn't seem to have the same burst, either. He doesn't have the long highlight runs he normally gets, even when he is able to get a hole." **So basically we have a perfect storm of fail when it comes to our running game. Everyone is doing just enough for it not to work correctly.


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #8 Details

The next roster update for Madden NFL 12 is scheduled to release on Friday and will be most notable for being the one to follow the trade deadline. Moves reflected include Brandon Lloyd to the R...

Sources: Carson Palmer-to-Raiders near


Not Titan new, but holy crap... Al Davis's Ghost LIVES!!!! Oakland and Cincinnati are on the verge of completing one of the NFL's biggest trade-deadline deals in decades, with the Raiders acquiring holdout quarterback Carson Palmer from the Bengals in exchange for a two first-round picks, according to sources familiar with the deal. The first first-round pick is in 2012 and the other is a conditional first-round pick in 2013.


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #7 Details

The latest roster update for Madden NFL 12 follows week five of the season is scheduled to release Friday for the Xbox 360 and PS3. The Texans take a hit with the loss of Mario Williams – but do...

Tennessee Titans want Damian Williams up to speed


"I think receivers have to have stamina in order to run all day," Palmer said on Tuesday. "Damian told me, ‘I can beat this guy deep.’ Well, we go deep and he’s got it on cruise control, which really gets my blood pressure up. "I told him, ‘If I die, I told my wife to sue you because you gave me a heart attack.’ He got the message." **MOTHER F---_!!!!!!!! !!! ING RUN YOU BASTARD!!!!1

Considering Avery versus Mason


Let’s stop this before the volume gets too high. Many Titans fans are pouting this morning, suggesting that their team should have traded for receiver Derrick Mason, who was acquired by the Texans last night in a trade with the Jets that could send a seventh-round draft pick to New York. The Titans signed Donnie Avery after Kenny Britt went down and have used him very little so far. **That is the trick... we never really wanted washed up Mason back. It was all a smoke screen to ensure the Texans would continue to suck. Mission: Accomplished!

Tennessee Titans' bye week priority: Fix run game


"He needs to play better, we need to block better," the coach said. "We all know that. When he is having 50 yards per game, that is not going to cut it. He is a great player and he needs to play great, and right now that’s not happening." * That about says it all


Madden NFL 12 Roster Update #6 Details

The post-week four roster update for Madden NFL 12 features over 400 roster, ratings, and equipment adjustments. As anticipated the big move comes with Calvin Johnson obtaining the elite “Clutch”...

ESPN Cuts Ties With Hank Williams Jr., Which Is Like The Nazis Breaking Their Non-Aggression Pact...


ESPN Cuts Ties With Hank Williams Jr., Which Is Like The Nazis Breaking Their Non-Aggression Pact With The Soviets - Says Hank Williams Jr., in a prose style normally found only in prison letters: "After reading hundreds of e-mails, I have made MY decision. By pulling my opening Oct 3rd, You (ESPN) stepped on the Toes of The First Amendment Freedom of Speech, so therefore Me, My Song, and All My Rowdy Friends are OUT OF HERE. It's been a great run." Baaahahahahaha

Well there goes that: ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr. intro after singer links Obama with Hitler


ESPN is pulling Hank Williams Jr.'s classic intro song from its broadcast of Monday night's NFL game after the country singer famous for the line "Are you ready for some football?" used an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack Obama. ESPN-BANHAMMER!!!!!! - "While Hank Williams Jr. is not an ESPN employee, we recognize that he is closely linked to our company through the open to 'Monday Night Football,"' ESPN said in a statement. "We are extremely disappointed with his comments, and as a result we have decided to pull the open from tonight's telecast."

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