The Tennessee Titans go back to work this week against the Jacksonville Jaguars, a team that has already beaten them once this year. In the midst of an 0-6 slide, with a wide receiver corps that seems to have forgotten how to catch the football, a defensive backfield that seems to have forgotten how to defend against the pass, and a front seven that is having problems getting to the opposing quarterback, they now have a quarterback controversy. But it doesn't have to be a controversy. Bear with me for a moment while I elucidate on an idea given to me by a very good friend over the weekend; a friend whose football background is more extensive than mine, and whose only NFL flaw is that he is a San Fransisco 49ers fan. In order for this idea to make sense, you must also pretend for a moment t ...
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