Some folks say that most relationships, both romantic and platonic, end because of one thing: unmet expectation. For the Tennessee Titans; fans, bystanders, and all in between came into the 2020 season with a certain expectation for the outcome – Super Bowl. Living off the hype of the 2019 AFC Championship run and, what we … Continue reading Unmet Expectations
What is happening up on The Hill? Why is Jarrett Guarantano still the starting quarterback at the University of Tennessee, as we head into the game against Arkansas? Why has the program elected to deny any other option a legitimate shot to start? Another option at the position could serve as a springboard for future success … Continue reading Why is Jarrett Guarantano still starting?
The Tennessee Titans are 5-2. The team, fans, and all those associated with the team should be elated with that record. However, for some reason, most fans, media, and everyone in between are talking about are the glaring issues with this 5-2 team after an ugly loss to the Bengals. These issues are a plenty … Continue reading On the Brink of Being a Bust
Authors: Jackson Sparks & Tres Winn Titans Trade For CB Desmond King You don’t have to be a die-hard fan to know that the Titans defense finally hit rock bottom on Sunday. On an afternoon where all signs pointed toward a party in the Bengals backfield, Tennessee registered a goose egg in the Quarterback hits … Continue reading Titans Make Moves To Better Team
Guest Writer: Jackson Sparks Folks, it’s time to find out what the Titans front seven is capable of. As the Cincinnati Bengals prepare to take on Jadeveon Clowney, Big Jeff and company, they will likely do so without four of their week-one starters on the offensive line. And don’t get it wrong, that line was already atrocious before the injury bug struck. … Continue reading Sunday Could Be Judgement Day For The Titans’ Pass Rush
In recent years, It’s not uncommon that a Tennessee Football team comes up short of their expectations. Through 2.5 games it seemed the Vols might be turning that corner. Then they forgot to come out of the locker room. After a third straight embarrassing loss, there’s a lot to fix. First things first, Bench JG. … Continue reading How do the Vols turn their season around?
Marcell Ozuna is poised to enter free agency at the end of the season. Where will the Braves look to fill that void? The Braves find themselves in a familiar position, looking for offense to fill the hole just behind Freddie Freeman in their lineup. Marcell Ozuna, signed to a one year deal after the … Continue reading Ozuna or later, the Braves need to find a long term solution for their lineup
Seriously, in 3 weeks. How did people flip their Vol faith and fandom so quickly? I shouldn’t even say it about only to the fans. It is some local, regional, and national media changing their minds in that little amount of time about their outlook on Pruitt. Hang with me here. This isn’t an opinion … Continue reading How Did We Get From Extension to Hot Seat?
Coming into this season, many of us believed Tennessee was “just a QB away” from competing for a trip to Atlanta. That could still be the case, but the only way to find out is benching Jarrett Guarantano permanently. Let’s get this out of the way: QB play was not the only (and maybe not … Continue reading For The Last Time: Bench Him!
Coming off a surprising NLCS appearance, GM Alex Anthopoulos prepares for a big offseason Close the book on the Atlanta Braves for 2020. By all objective measures this was the most successful season for the Braves since they managed to get swept by the 1999 New York Yankees in the World Series. Atlanta stood toe-to-toe … Continue reading Turn the Page – Braves Head Into Offseason With Few Questions