Sunday Dec 8
Justin Hunter Proving He's the No. 1 Receiver the Tennessee Titans Need
Despite a competitive game , the Tennessee Titans fell to 5-8 in a loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Sunday Dec 8
Titans produce another second-half dud
Three times this year, the Tennessee Titans have taken a surprising lead to the locker room at halftime.
Painful reminder wears No. 18 in orange
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee has no time to think about what could have or would have been if Peyton Manning had chosen to be a Titan in March 2012.
Breaking Down the Titans Offense
When Ryan Fitzpatrick replaced the injured Jake Locker in Tennessee, the rebuilding process of the Titans took a hit.
Tennessee Titans' Jurrell Casey focuses on more than sacks
He's already posted more sacks this season than Albert Haynesworth ever did, and his total of nine is tied for tops among all NFL defensive tackles.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Hope, others from NFL to serve pizza for charity
Former Titans safety Chris Hope and some other current and former Titans will be serving pizzas for charity next week.
The Jackson Sun
NFL: Facing Manning painful reminder of QB Titans lost
Tennessee has no time to think about what could have or would have been if Peyton Manning had chosen to be a Titan in March 2012.
Jarret Johnson Returned To Chargers Practice On Wednesday
Sep 22, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington runs against San Diego Chargers linebacker Jarret Johnson during the first half at LP Field.
Titans' players award Lipscomb Elementary $10,000 NFL Play 60 grant
The Tennessee Titans football players are no strangers to exercise and well-being.
Climer: Tennessee Titans are not playoff material
DECEMBER 01: Head coach Mike Munchak of the Tennessee Titans looks on while playing the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 1, 2013 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Music City Miracles
Titans vs Colts players to watch: offense
The Tennessee Titans will need a great day on offense to deal with the struggling Colts .
Tennessee Titans on the road Sunday to face Indianapolis Colts
Nashville, TN - The Tennessee Titans play their second of three consecutive road games this week, traveling to Indianapolis to face the AFC South's first-place Indianapolis Colts .
Wright, Hunter showing receiving chops for Titans
They took Kendall Wright out of Baylor last year in the first round and traded up to grab Justin Hunter early in the second round in April.
Raiders Will Only Go As Far As Their Defense Can Carry Them
The 2013 Oakland Raiders have been so close to success, yet amongst the many issues keeping the team from achieving more, it's the defense that probably carries the most weight in terms of holding the team back this season.
NFL's Nate Washington gives back to needy families in Toledo
National Football League star Nate Washington visited his alma mater Scott High School on Monday to give back to needy families for the holidays.
Titans edge Raiders 23-19 on last-minute TD
<![CDATA[OAKLAND, Calif. -- It was hardly a perfect game. Yet with their season on the brink, the Titans responded with a perfect 10 to beat the Raiders -- a 10-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds left. It kept their playoff aspirations from falling into the Black Hole, at least for the time being, and might have jumpstarted a team that was on life support. "A game like this can prepare you to imagine your potential," wide receiver Nate Washington said. "It could propel us." The Titans defeated the Raiders 23-19, but there were plenty of anxious moments. With 6:10 remaining in regulation, the Raiders scored a go-ahead touchdown. The Titans, who had lost five of their last six games, had crumbled in these situations. This time they put together a 14-play, 80-yard drive. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who passed for 320 yards on his 31st birthday, made sure the Titans kept it together in the closing minutes. So did wide receiver Kendall Wright, who caught the game-winning touchdown after fearing he'd broken his ankle earlier in the game. "We thought about it in the second half for sure. It was going through our mind, how it would have been a big loss for us," Fitzpatrick said. "It was a 'got-to-have-it drive' for us, and everybody stepped up. Hopefully we'll capture some momentum from this, and use that to catapult us for the rest of the season." The Titans (5-6) moved into a six-way tie for sixth and final wild-card spot in the AFC with five weeks remaining in the season. The Chargers, Jets, Dolphins, Steelers and Ravens are also 5-6. All those teams have had rollercoaster seasons. It was that kind of game for the Titans, who might not have needed the last-second drama if not for mistakes and blunders throughout the game. Receivers dropped at least five passes and the Titans committed 10 penalties for 100 yards --sloppy play that helped the Raiders (4-7) fashion a 9-6 lead at halftime. When Wright went down with an ankle injury on the first play of the fourth quarter -- he had it taped up and returned to the game after missing only a few plays -- the Titans were leading 13-12. They eventually made it 16-12. Then the Raiders went ahead 19-16 when quarterback Matt McGloin connected with fullback Marcel Reece on a 27-yard touchdown. Linebacker Zach Brown, who was beaten on the play, felt like he'd let the team down. But his offensive teammates, including Wright, promised to bail him out. This time they backed it up. "When we got in the huddle on that last drive, we didn't want to have to go out there and kick a field goal," Wright said. "We didn't want to go to overtime. We wanted to win the game right there." On the game-winning drive, the Titans took over at their own 20 with 6:10 remaining. Fitzpatrick connected with five different targets, including a big third-down to rookie Justin Hunter, who gave the Titans a big game with six catches for 109 yards including a 54-yard touchdown. But it was Wright who made the biggest play, getting open on third-and-goal from the Oakland 10. "In situations like that I want the ball coming to me, but I have faith in all of our guys," Wright said. "Ryan looked at me, and threw it to me. I caught it, and made the play." Wright's catch and dive into the end zone was a season-saver, at least for now. Next week the Titans face a big challenge at Indianapolis, which beat Tennessee at LP Field on Nov. 14. Then it's a trip to Denver before returning home to face Arizona. "We know we're going to have to play better, but we feel like we're clicking at the right time,'' safety Bernard Pollard said. "And we have to take this momentum (to Indianapolis) and know we are going to face a team in a hostile environment that's pretty powerful. But we owe them one."
Justin Hunter's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 12 Performance
With the Tennessee Titans playing in a close game against the Oakland Raiders, Justin Hunter came up with a big play to give him a solid fantasy football performance.
Music City Miracles
Titans vs Raiders players to watch, offense
Lets face it, since the break the Tennessee offense has not been the problem. Scoring over 27 points per game generally means a win if you play defense like the Titans did over the first six games.
Tennessee Titans on the road Sunday to face the Oakland Raiders
Nashville, TN - The Tennessee Titans play their first of three consecutive road games this week, traveling to Oakland to face the Raiders in a late afternoon matchup.