For most of last season, the Tennessee Titans romped through their schedule, making mincemeat of their opposition with a stifling defense, punishing ground game and solid quarterback and special teams play. The Titans' dominance of the AFC never seemed clearer than after their Dec. 31 31-14 throttling of the Pittsburgh Steelers. In their celebration, LenDale White and Keith Bullock showed their disdain for the Steelers by stomping on the Terrible Towel, that ubiquitous symbol of the Steelers and the city of Pittsburgh. White and Bullock had reason to celebrate, as the Titans had vanquished one of the teams seen as a primary threat in the AFC. Pittsburgh's players and fans were irate, however. The incident garnered far more media attention than White and Bullock ever imagined it would. The ...
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