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Bulluck doesn't seem amused by Fisher's Manning-jersey moment

Titans coach Jeff Fisher understandably wants to move on from his seemingly innocent decision to don a Peyton Manning jersey and poke fun at his team’s 0-6 record by saying, “I just wanted to feel like a winner.”

Plenty of Titans fans don’t see the humor in that moment of self-deprecation, since Fisher arguably wasn’t making fun only of himself, but of the entire franchise.

Though we continue to think it was harmless, we realize that the popularity of the league (and thus the enormous salaries of its players and coaches) flows from the passions of the fans. 

So Fisher’s move, regardless of his intent, was received by many as the equivalent of making like Matt Spaeth on an underground nest of yellow jackets.

And the reaction from some of the players won’t help Fisher put this behind him.  Said linebacker Keith Bulluck on Wednesday (per the Tennessean), “It didn’t make me laugh at all.  But it was for charity.  It was for a great cause. He is trying to move the crowd.  He is our head coach.  He doesn’t have to explain himself.  But he
did.  If people found it funny, then it’s funny.  Of course it didn’t sit
well with everyone, but it doesn’t matter what we think. You know what
I mean?”  

The video of other quotes from Bulluck, playing hourly or more often on ESPN’s SportsCenter, reflected an even stronger sense of quiet frustration.  And in that same clip package defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch had the demeanor of a hostage reading a message scrawled by his captors while saying, “It wasn’t a big deal amongst the players.”

So, apparently, Fisher has plenty of work to do in order to win back the fans of a team that hasn’t won a single game since four days before Christmas 2008.

To make that happen, Fisher needs one or more of his players to stand up and tell everyone who took offense to the incident to grow up.  The fact that it hasn’t occurred yet makes us wonder whether Fisher needs to win back the locker room, too.
   

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63 Responses to “Bulluck doesn't seem amused by Fisher's Manning-jersey moment”
  1. steelermikey says: Oct 22, 2009 9:04 AM

    All they need to do is say their penance to Myron Cope for desecrating the terrible towel last year. Until this happens I fear that they might never win another game.

  2. dcfan-1212450 says: Oct 22, 2009 9:05 AM

    I thought it was hysterical!!! Maybe it will motivate the players the way Oakland was motivated against the eagles. That team needs this. Trust me, this anger, this insult even by the coach, its all a good thing.

  3. Kaz says: Oct 22, 2009 9:07 AM

    I think I’de be mad with the coach of my favorite team too. We 0-6, they division rivals. I don’t know. I understand the “it was a charity” argument, but I have to side with the fans and team. this isn’t the offseason. We are in a fight with every team if you aren’t with us, you against us.

  4. CdnMike says: Oct 22, 2009 9:14 AM

    Look, I don’t care if it was for charity. And it wasn’t the fact that he put on a Manning jersey. It’s that he was poking fun at his team’s record. The record of the team is not a joke to most Titan’s fans and players. Also, if this episode woudl have come after a competative game I don’t think the blow back that there is now. But the fact is that everyone associated with the Titans is embarassed after the 59-0 and Fisher is up on stage making a joke of it.
    Florio and crew, I don’t understand how you can’t see the problem with it. It’s only funny if you aren’t a player or fan of the Titans.

  5. FireJerryJones says: Oct 22, 2009 9:15 AM

    When you’re 0-6 and your team quit on you last week… you should be under a microscope.
    This wouldn’t be an issue if he was 3-3.
    This is a guy who has lost his team, and probably needs a break.

  6. Ravenmaniac says: Oct 22, 2009 9:16 AM

    Jeff Fisher is one of, if not the best coach in the NFL. Get over it Bulluck!!

  7. Watson11101 says: Oct 22, 2009 9:17 AM

    Well when your team’s 0-6 you have to pull the attention away somehow.

  8. Krow says: Oct 22, 2009 9:17 AM

    I wish we could have a moratorium on apologies. I’m really sick and tired of people constantly begging for one. Man up and shut up. Fischer was a bit of an a$$… so what. The players are the ones who should be apologizing.

  9. mike says: Oct 22, 2009 9:23 AM

    How come we have to hear about a little yellow towel every time Fisher or the Titans come up? Like people are sitting at their keyboards, hands ready to type, the very moment the Titans are mentioned. What a life….
    I would think that Fisher’s joke would motivate the players to get off their tails….I’ve heard radio people say it was like a high school game.
    The players should be ashamed and feel rotten. And I hope they learn from, of all teams, the Raiders on what to do next. WOW.

  10. lukestrass says: Oct 22, 2009 9:33 AM

    Jeff Fisher is a poor man’s Marty Schottenheimer….great regular season, folds in the playoffs….sooner or later you gotta start asking if Jeff is right for the job

  11. Slappy says: Oct 22, 2009 9:33 AM

    Wow, So Jeff Fisher made a funny.. This society is way too sensitive.. boo hoo he made fun of himself .boo hoo..
    Speaking of sensitive little girls, Leave it up to a Stillers fan to bring up that stupid piss yellow snot rag.. WHO CARES about that thing other than Stooler fans ?? Honestly.

  12. The Jimmy says: Oct 22, 2009 9:43 AM

    Fisher isn’t an idiot. I have a hard time believeing that he didn’t think this would cause an uproar. Maybe he did it as an attempt to motivate. Maybe he did it because he thinks it’s time for him to move on? What’s his contract status? I don’t pretend to know. Just throwing the thought out there.

  13. db3300 says: Oct 22, 2009 9:49 AM

    Fisher will be coaching somewhere in the NFL much longer than Bulluck be playing in it. The best thing that could happen to Fisher would be for Bud to cut him loose so he could work for someone who wasn’t a bumbling loser.

  14. HappyBunny says: Oct 22, 2009 9:57 AM

    I imagine they found it as funny as the Steeler players did when they saw their towels being stepped on…
    Hey, that is funny!

  15. 6BURGH says: Oct 22, 2009 10:03 AM

    @Slappy
    “Leave it up to a Stillers fan to bring up that stupid piss yellow snot rag..”
    It’s a real shame yinz whiners have to deal with thousands of those towels everytime we come to your house. Ask Doucemenzadah and the 2006 Bengals what happens when you f- with the towel. Now Tennesse. KARMA!

  16. stopwatch says: Oct 22, 2009 10:05 AM

    @ The Jimmy:
    I think you are on to something. Fisher (the longest tenured coach in the NFL) may be providing the owner with an opportunity to let him go. If he retires or quits, his contract is void…but if they fire him, the paychecks keep coming! No doubt he has been a great coach for the Titans but it may be time for a change, and he probably knows it.

  17. GoBrowns19 says: Oct 22, 2009 10:16 AM

    Can you imagine if Mangini wore a Steelers jersey? Would you think it’s funny and harmless then? I like Fisher and still thought it was tasteless and stupid.

  18. mike says: Oct 22, 2009 10:29 AM

    The Titans better think LONG before they let Fisher go.
    What’s that saying? You don’t know what you’ve got until you lose it.
    Titans fans better look at some of the other NFL coaches and ask themselves…do we want that?
    However, I would completely understand if Fisher is tired of the Titans.

  19. real packer fan says: Oct 22, 2009 10:34 AM

    Hey Titans and fans – stop acting like little children and pretending that the coach’s wardrobe has anything to do with the team’s performance. Just shut up and win.

  20. M-M-D says: Oct 22, 2009 10:34 AM

    The real issues are these:
    1. Why are the Titans in free-fall unable to win a game (and how could last year’s best team be completely blown out in a humiliating loss to the Pats)?
    2. When will they apologize for their misbehavior with the Terrible Towel? Clearly they haven’t won a game since then and it’s time for them to repent.
    HA HA HA
    PS: There’s far too much hating going on in these forums and not enough have a sense of humor. That’s the “power” of the Internet and anonymous posters sitting at their desks hating.

  21. Nobi says: Oct 22, 2009 10:43 AM

    This is like John Harbaugh wearing a Steelers jersey to an Iron Workers Symposium. Or Rex Ryan wearing a Patriots jersey to a Boston Tea Party. That is tremendous disrespect to a team that is already having moral issues. Bad move Mr. Fisher, maybe next year you can become the Redskins head coach and get a chance to wear an Eli Manning jersey.

  22. gwinn1952 says: Oct 22, 2009 10:44 AM

    Give it a rest people…..it was all in fun for charity with one of his good friends (Dungy). Whatever happened to having a little fun. Doesn’t mean he thinks anything less of his team.
    Jeff Fisher is a good coach and will get this turned around. Don’t even think about canning him or you’ll be in the same boat as Tampa was after they canned Dungy and Grudin.

  23. jaxBill says: Oct 22, 2009 10:47 AM

    When you’re 0-6, who cares if the players are happy? When you’re 0-6, the players are supposed to ticked off.

  24. Hovenaut says: Oct 22, 2009 10:49 AM

    If you can’t beat ‘em join ‘em?
    Guess they were short on Collins or VY jerseys.

  25. realityonetwo says: Oct 22, 2009 10:52 AM

    GoBrowns19 says:
    October 22, 2009 10:16 AM
    Can you imagine if Mangini wore a Steelers jersey? Would you think it’s funny and harmless then?
    ——
    No, but I can imagine if Tomlin wore a Browns jersey and said “I just wanted to feel like a winner.”
    Now THAT would be funny…

  26. Frank Burns says: Oct 22, 2009 11:00 AM

    Question for Keith Bulluck: how happy do you think Coach Fisher was when you and your buddy LenWhale stomped the Terrible Towel — something, by the way, that is sold to raise money for charity. Think back, Coach F. had to apologize for that.
    0 and 7 and counting, no wins boys since you desecrated the Towel. I don’t think Coach is the one who should be feeling upset about what he did.

  27. Spokentruth says: Oct 22, 2009 11:08 AM

    Hey Jeff come on back to Texas, we’d love to have you. I’m sure Jerry already has your name plate for your office made.
    The Truth Has Been Spoken

  28. nietzescher says: Oct 22, 2009 11:33 AM

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Anyone who thinks the Titans are losing because of the Terrible Towel is a superstitious moron of the highest order. Karma doesn’t exist. The Titans are losing because they lost their best defensive player and their defensive coordinator, and Kerry Collins remembering that he’s almost 40 and was never that good.
    The Terrible Towel has as much to do with the Titans losing as the color of their uniforms. Completely, utterly inconsequential. I can’t believe anyone actually believes in this crap.

  29. dgrimes says: Oct 22, 2009 11:44 AM

    If they don’t think its funny….
    win games. You’re only getting disrespected because you stink. Earn your respect back and stop worrying about jokes at charity events…
    That being said… if Jim Caldwell donned a Tom Brady jersey at a charity event… I would thrash him being a Colts fan so…

  30. chucktownYP says: Oct 22, 2009 11:46 AM

    gwinn1952 says:
    Jeff Fisher is a good coach and will get this turned around. Don’t even think about canning him or you’ll be in the same boat as Tampa was after they canned Dungy and Grudin.
    ——————————————–
    Umm, after Tampa canned Dungy, they won a Super Bowl. Bad example, but nice try.

  31. Frank Burns says: Oct 22, 2009 11:52 AM

    Slappy says:
    October 22, 2009 9:33 AM
    Wow, So Jeff Fisher made a funny.. This society is way too sensitive.. boo hoo he made fun of himself .boo hoo..
    Speaking of sensitive little girls, Leave it up to a Stillers fan to bring up that stupid piss yellow snot rag.. WHO CARES about that thing other than Stooler fans ?? Honestly.
    ——————————–
    Really? Then give us a better explanation than the Towel Curse… explain to us how a team goes from BEST RECORD in the conference to WORST overnight… what accounted for this? Is their team really any different from last year? That goes for all you chums laughing at the Towel theory — do better then. Explain why this happened.
    Explain how a team goes from #1 seed to not winning a single game since. Go ahead, let’s hear it.

  32. rolltide says: Oct 22, 2009 11:52 AM

    oh man, these terrible towel karma comments are great, keep ‘em coming steelers fans. I wonder if any of you are under 300 pounds? Oh wait, steelers fans, of course not.

  33. BeerCur says: Oct 22, 2009 11:54 AM

    Someone needs to rub Titians’ nose in the big heaping pile of **** they have given the fans. After last years success, one can only conclude that they entered this years training camp cocky, and lazy (in comparison to other teams) and it shows in the record.

  34. Frank Burns says: Oct 22, 2009 11:58 AM

    nietzescher says:
    October 22, 2009 11:33 AM
    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Anyone who thinks the Titans are losing because of the Terrible Towel is a superstitious moron of the highest order. Karma doesn’t exist. The Titans are losing because they lost their best defensive player and their defensive coordinator, and Kerry Collins remembering that he’s almost 40 and was never that good.
    The Terrible Towel has as much to do with the Titans losing as the color of their uniforms. Completely, utterly inconsequential. I can’t believe anyone actually believes in this crap.
    —————————-
    Then give us a better explanation, Einstein.
    Tell us how a team that is basically the same as last year goes from first to worst, overnight. From best record in the conference to absolute worst — again, with the same core players, same head coach. Not only that, but that top seed goes on to lose every… single… game… since then.
    Teams lose coordinators all the time, and win. The Ravens lost Rex Ryan and came out of the gate winning. And Collins sure was good last year. You’ll have to do better. Oh and by the way, expert, the Titans were winning games last year when Haynesworth was out hurt… hmmm.
    Now suddenly they can’t win a game to save their lives.
    Nah, nothing strange here huh?
    Not only that — the same thing happened to the Bengals a few years ago after TJ Douchebag wiped his feet with the Towel. The Bengals peaked that day, winning the division — then crapped out the rest of way. But I guess that was just coincidence too, huh Sparky?
    The Curse of the Towel is real, and lives!

  35. KevinFaulk-an-a says: Oct 22, 2009 11:59 AM

    The terrible towel thing is moving from the stupid category, through the pitiful category and steaming right into the sad category.
    Get a grip Steeler fans. Do you have any idea how retarded you sound with your “karma” crap?
    The only good thing about those towels is how soft they are on my ass and armpits.

  36. Big G says: Oct 22, 2009 12:09 PM

    People get a life, his team sucks, he knows it & why is Florio writing this crap. Report on real sport stories. Is it your dream Florio to be TMZ, then get a job with them.

  37. Bat Rastard 22 says: Oct 22, 2009 12:10 PM

    Florio I don’t quite get you. Fisher has a team that went 13-3 last year and is 0-6 this year. If this was Dick Jauron, Wade Phillips or Jim Zorn you would be blasting them for their lack of judgement and running them out of town. I respect Jeff Fisher but this move was a slap in the face to his troops and the folks that come out to support them. Jeff has never brought a championship team to Tennessee and seems he has a good season every other season or so, but seems to get a pass when it comes to being criticized. Why aren’t you calling for his head? His team is obviously underperforming yet you think his antics are hilarious. I don’t find them funny and I am not a Titans fan but I am a football fan and would be irate if this was my head coach.

  38. texasPHINSfan says: Oct 22, 2009 12:12 PM

    you know i didn’t even think about the team angle. his team must feel like crap.
    all we’ve been talking about are the fans and their opinions. in reality, who cares what the fans think? things happen, so people would have to get over it.
    now the team, on the other hand?
    they’ll not be happy about that, and fisher just risked losing his team completely. if it hadn’t been a huge rival, i don’t think the team would have cared so much. I hope Jeff can get his team back!

  39. VicksPuppies says: Oct 22, 2009 12:21 PM

    I’m thinking the Titans went from really good to really bad because.. that’s what happens in the NFL. They certainly are not the first team to go from making the playoffs to stinky in only a season. Works reverse too – Miami went from terrible to a playoff contender in a year. I guess the reason for their success was they had respect for the Towel? Weirdos.

  40. realityhater says: Oct 22, 2009 12:31 PM

    rolltide says:
    October 22, 2009 11:52 AM
    oh man, these terrible towel karma comments are great, keep ‘em coming steelers fans. I wonder if any of you are under 300 pounds? Oh wait, steelers fans, of course not.
    I’m 299lbs, so eat your words. Oh wait, your name is “rolltide” so you’re probably screwing your sister right now. Hick.
    As far as Fisher wearing the jersey, I love it. Maybe he did it as a motivational method? Something has to be done to stir up the Titans. Plain ‘0l coachin wasn’t working.
    I’d love it if Tomlin wears a Bengals jersey the week leading up to our rematch.

  41. Stihler fan says: Oct 22, 2009 12:36 PM

    Behold the mighty powers of the TERRIBLE TOWEL!

  42. Will says: Oct 22, 2009 12:38 PM

    So he used a little humor whats the big deal? If the player(s) are upset about it, focus on winning some games. Coaching can be bad but at the end of the day, you can have the best coaching in the world but if the players do not execute – you have a crappy record – hint!
    When all is doom and gloom, if you can not still have fun and show some humor then you are going to be miserable. Good for you coach! I applaud your ability to have fun even when the circumstances would state otherwise.
    You know what you have to do and might as well have fun doing it!
    Will

  43. CopperHead says: Oct 22, 2009 12:43 PM

    I do think Titans have sunk because of terrible towel’s BAD KARMA and it’s for real. There are things that can’t be explained by logic, can’t be grasped by rationale. Madden’s curse is another mystery.

  44. First to Six says: Oct 22, 2009 12:49 PM

    I agree with some of the previous comments. Losing a defensive coordinator definitely hurts. Kerry Collins is coming back to reality, I think he played way over his head last year. And the Titans may have been a little overconfident after last season. One more thing, the majority of Pittsburgh fans DO NOT believe the B.S. about the towel. Yah, there’s a nice story behind it, but some people take it too seriously. It’s embarrassing.

  45. cowboys1 says: Oct 22, 2009 12:59 PM

    this is just foolio florio stirring things up:
    “had the demeanor of a hostage reading a message scrawled by his captors while saying, “It wasn’t a big deal amongst the players.”
    who cares it wasnt exactly right but its nice to see someone able to laugh at themselves. plus im sure the charity/cause it was for is a lil more important and probably gets less attention than this bs.

  46. Occam says: Oct 22, 2009 1:07 PM

    “There are things that can’t be explained by logic, can’t be grasped by rationale.”
    People who believe in curses and superstitions fall well into that category.
    “Madden’s curse is another mystery. ”
    Yes, there is a deep mystery as to how anyone could possibly get hurt playing football. Must be a curse. Really.

  47. The Jimmy says: Oct 22, 2009 1:10 PM

    Most of the “Curse of the Towel” stuff is tongue in cheek, however apparently not with everyone. It’s not suprising though. People believe in curses of Sports Illustrated and Madden, and from reading here all this time I’ve learned that posters on message boards can somehoe bring bad karma upon teams and individual players who don’t even know said poster exists.
    Another angle on the Terrible Towel incident. Could it be that the whole towel episode was symbolic of the Titans thinking they have arrived and then letting down? Kind of like the start of their own Super Bowl hangover. The following week the Colts shut them out and they haven’t won since.

  48. Stihler fan says: Oct 22, 2009 1:15 PM

    The magical talisman of Steeler Nation and reason for ALL the Steeler success: THE MIGHTY TERRIBLE TOWEL!!!!

  49. snnyjcbs says: Oct 22, 2009 1:17 PM

    Hey when you loose 6 straight games and do not have a win you are very bad football team period.
    Maybe if the players got as pissed on Sunday as they did over Fisher they might pick up a win.

  50. Stihler fan says: Oct 22, 2009 1:32 PM

    First to Six:
    You must have mystical powers yourself since you know what the majority of Steeler believe about the towel or how serious they really are about their written comments on this stupid blog! Your apparent belief you can read minds is what’s embarrassing.
    Signed:
    Steeler fan
    PS: Watch out the curse will get YOU!! HAHAHAHAHA!!!!

  51. clint_taurus says: Oct 22, 2009 1:37 PM

    Fisher is one of the most over-rated coaches in the league…he can do great things with mediocre talent, but has proven he has trouble handling his team when they are successful…his career win avg is not much over .500, as his occasional 13-3 team is off-set quickly by one that goes 3-13…
    but he is great with the media, so he typically gets a pass from them…
    he’s had some great moments with the org, but its been 16 years…probably better for both if he moves on…

  52. finsbooyah says: Oct 22, 2009 1:51 PM

    Maybe he’s just Manning’s #1 fan… Anyone ever think of that?

  53. nietzescher says: Oct 22, 2009 1:57 PM

    “# CopperHead says: October 22, 2009 12:43 PM
    I do think Titans have sunk because of terrible towel’s BAD KARMA and it’s for real. There are things that can’t be explained by logic, can’t be grasped by rationale. Madden’s curse is another mystery.”
    You and Frank Burns need to go somewhere else to discuss spirits and curses and mysticism so that the rest of us can have a reasoned, informed, rational discussion of football. I can’t believe that it’s 2009 and people still believe in this hocus-pocus nonsense.

  54. CopperHead says: Oct 22, 2009 1:58 PM

    Occam says: October 22, 2009 1:07 PM
    “There are things that can’t be explained by logic, can’t be grasped by rationale.”
    People who believe in curses and superstitions fall well into that category.
    “Madden’s curse is another mystery.”
    Yes, there is a deep mystery as to how anyone could possibly get hurt playing football. Must be a curse. Really.
    ————————————————–
    LOL, as a human being you think “reality” is just what can be comprehend by human being’s limited intelligence? Just like an ape can’t comprehend what the glittering sky is composed of, you and I my friend also have a limited brain. Again, there are things that cannot be explained by rationale and logic, and I think Madden’s curse and Terrible Towel Karma are one of them :)

  55. texasPHINSfan says: Oct 22, 2009 1:59 PM

    too many people are taking the terrible towel thing too serious.
    it is pure coincidence guys. the real reason for the losses has to do with poor coaching & planning, not what lenwhale did to a towel last year. ;)

  56. Frank Burns says: Oct 22, 2009 2:06 PM

    KevinFaulk-an-a says:
    October 22, 2009 11:59 AM
    The only good thing about those towels is how soft they are on my ass and armpits.
    ————————————–
    Did you know? A few seconds after saying this, Kevin Faulk became impotent, and his girlfriend laughed at his lack of manhood.
    Another victim and lesson for those who disrespect the Terrible Towel!

  57. Frank Burns says: Oct 22, 2009 2:09 PM

    And a special curse on all those doubting little Nancy Boys on this site who cannot grasp the power of the TERRIBLE TOWEL! Mwahahahaha!

  58. Occam says: Oct 22, 2009 2:24 PM

    “….you and I my friend also have a limited brain.”
    Some more limited than others. ;)
    Any fool understands that the Titan’s awful start has to do with the phases of the moon and the combined astrological make-up of the team while the moon is in Aries. Not some stupid towel.

  59. nietzescher says: Oct 22, 2009 2:25 PM

    I wrote an awesome rebuttal to Frank Burns’s steaming pile of stupid, but apparently Florio decided it was too long to post.
    To all proponents of logic, reason and rationality: Keep fighting the good fight. We’ll move past this dark-ages idiocy some day.

  60. CopperHead says: Oct 22, 2009 2:36 PM

    To All Terrible Towel Haters:
    Just buy one and twirl it, maybe it will bring good luck to you, if not then it goes to charity and help someone else in need.
    Madden curse is for real too, look how Troy Polamalu got injured in the 1st quarter of his first game because during preseason when he was asked about Madden’s curse, he laughed it out. I’m sure he is a believer now. He paid the debt; he’ll be fine for the rest of the season.
    Oh, don’t take Larry Fitzgerald in your fantasy team, not because he’s not putting the same numbers on the board like last year but because he’s going down soon!!!
    LOL.

  61. CJCrazyLegs28 says: Oct 22, 2009 2:40 PM

    People act like it’s all on the player.. it’s mostly Fisher’s fault. FISHER hired Chuck Cecil, possibly the worst defensive coordinator of all time judging off these 6 games, despite having a guy who fit the bill much better (Dave McGinnis). FISHER decided he would go into the season with just a 3rd round rookie nickelback and 6th round rookie corner as depth behind Finnegan and Harper, despite the fact that they showed nothing in the off-season. FISHER decided to roll with what we had at kick returner, despite the fact that not one returner showed anything in the pre-season. FISHER refuses to bench Collins, despite him getting worse and worse every game, even when the whole nation knows Young should be starting, including Bud Adams.
    And all of that backfired, causing his players to completely lose faith in him and the team. It’s clear there was a lack of effort from most of the team other than Bulluck and Chris Johnson after the Jets game, yet Fisher didn’t address it. One thing he did do was bench Jevon Kearse.. and when he left the stadium angrily, Fisher didn’t discipline him in anyway? He’s COMPLETELY lost this team.

  62. nietzescher says: Oct 22, 2009 3:10 PM

    CJCrazyLegs28: You make sense. Thank you for being a smart, thinking football fan who doesn’t resort to curses and jinxes to explain things.

  63. Frank Burns says: Oct 22, 2009 3:23 PM

    Really, you Titans fans can thank your boy LenDale for all of this befalling you…
    Enjoy your humiliation.

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