Offseason hasn't been kind to Titans
The Titans finished strong in 2006. So why are they on Len Pasquarelli's list of teams that could slide in '07?
Compliments of a late-season six-game winning streak, and the breathtaking performance of rookie quarterback Vince Young, the Tennessee Titans finished the 2006 season as one of the NFL's hottest franchises, and marked themselves as a team that might emerge as a playoff contender in 2007.
The momentum generated over the second half of 2006, a sudden surge in which the Titans recovered from an ugly 0-5 start, figures to carry over into the coming season, most Tennessee veterans agree.
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Feb. 28: Interviewing at combine
March 1: Hot team in free agency
March 2: Five bargains and busts
March 3: Trades we'd like to see
March 5: Young, Cutler or Leinart?
March 6: This year's Jeff Garcia?
March 7: No. 3 QB in draft?
March 8: Life of a backup QB
March 9: Mentality of a backup
March 12: Franchises on the rise
March 13: Franchise on the decline
March 15: Best football cities
March 19: NFL's best WRs
March 20: How high to take a WR
March 21: Lions drop the ball
March 22: Perfect wide receiver March 23: WRs tough to size up
March 26: Player conduct
March 27: Best organizations
March 30: Once a coach ...
March 30: When opportunity knocks
April 2: Best defensive player (current)
April 3: Best defensive player (ever)
April 4: Defensive trend
April 5: Dallas' renovation project
April 6: Up-and-coming