Titans vs. Buccaneers time Tennessee Titans Hats , TV schedule, odds, streaming, announcers and more This should be an interesting game. The practices were pretty clean without any big fights. The game, however, could end up being a little bit chippy.We should see more from the starting offense and defense in this game. There haven’t been any indications on how much yet, but I would guess they both get at least the first quarter. The biggest thing I will be looking for is to see Marcus Mariota and the offense build on what they did on their one possession last week. The Bucs aren’t great in the secondary, but they are pretty good at linebacker and up front. This will be a good test for them.The defense will also get a good challenge from the Tampa offense. We saw what Mike Evans is capable of in the two days of practice Tennessee Titans Hoodie , but the defensive backs responded pretty well in day 2. I can’t wait to see how the battle between Evans and Malcolm Butler shapes up on Saturday night.Here is everything you need to know about watching the Titans home preseason opener:TV ScheduleDate: Saturday, August 18, 2018Time: 7:00 PM CTChannel: WKRN Channel 2Announcers: Dan Hellie, Charles Davis and Cory CurtisLocation: Nissan Stadium | Nashville, TNRadio: 104.5 The Zone | Full listings hereOnline Streaming: NFL Game Pass (Free 7-Day Trial)Odds: Titans -3Remember ESPN’s “The Top Five Reasons You Can’t Blame...”? A lot of us growing up watching ESPN in the 2000s’ may remember watching a show called “The Top Five Reasons You Can’t Blame...” The focus of the show takes a look at controversial sports incidents and defends those who have been accused. Examples of episodes include Steve Bartman, Bill Buckner, the Atlanta Falcons trading Brett Favre, and Dan Marino never winning a Super Bowl.Hosted by now MLB Network studio host Brian Kenny Cheap Customized Tennessee Titans Jerseys , it was a great show that ran from 2005 to 2007 on ESPN 2 and ESPN Classic and offered alternative perspectives on these infamous sporting eventsAfter going through a binge run, I thought it would be interesting to see what would happen if ESPN were to resurrect the long defunct series. Since Music City Miracles is a football related site, this of course will be exclusive to new football related ideas since 2007, since a lot has happened in that time. With that in mind, here are some of my ideas. I don’t necessarily believe all of these things, but they’re alternative viewpoints that work for the mentioned events.Pete Carroll for the Seahawks losing Super Bowl XLIXPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty Images5. The Seahawks had 1 timeout with 26 seconds left on 2nd and goal4.
Russell Wilson threw the interception3. Brandon Browner blocked Jermaine Kearse from setting a pick play on Malcolm Butler2. It was a great play by Malcolm Butler1. Malcolm Butler prevented Ricardo Lockette from scoring a touchdown on an acrobatic catch two plays priorKyle Shanahan for the Falcons blowing a 28-3 leadPhoto by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images5. Devonta Freeman whiffed on a block during Matt Ryan’s fumble4. You were not supposed to play not to lose against Bill Belichick and Tom Brady3. Julian Edelman2. Tom Brady1. Robert Alford’s dropped interceptionRahim Moore for the Broncos losing in the 2012 Divisional Round5. Peyton Manning’s overtime interception4. Joe Flacco’s playoff run3. Why was Moore all alone in the back?2. Champ Bailey giving up two touchdowns to Torrey Smith1. John Fox taking a knee to send the game to overtimeMarcus Williams for the Saints losing in the 2017 Divisional RoundPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty Images 5. The Saints defense gave up a go-ahead drive to the Vikings earlier in the game.4. The Saints scored zero points in the first half3. Why wasn’t Williams told what to do prior?2. The Saints didn’t get a first down before their go-ahead field goal to allow the clock to run down1. Marcus Williams’ interception on Case Keenum in the third quarter got the Saints back in the gameThe Referees for the Jaguars losing in the 2017 AFC Championship GamePhoto by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images5. Tom Brady provided an amazing comeback4. The Jaguars had a 3 and out after Myles Jack’s fumble recovery3. The defense was getting worn out in the second half2. Blake Bortles limiting the game plan for the Jaguars1. Doug Marrone played it conservative before the end of the first half with two timeoutsThose are my picks. What games or incidents would you guys like to add? List your own “Top Five Reasons You Can’t Blame” from 5 to 1.
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