Team: Tennessee Titans
Record: 0 – 1
13 Pts | 284.4 Total Yds. | 264.0 Pass Yds. | 20 Rush Yds.
34 Pts. | 390 Total Yds. | 228 Pass Yds. | 162 Rush Yds.
Hey Bolt Addicts, on Sunday the Tennessee Titans will be up against our boys in blue and gold at the San Diego Chargers home opener. The Titans, after a tough loss to New England, will be looking for its first win of the season with a couple concerns still lurking.
Besides the atrocious performance given by Chris Johnson of 20 yards, the injuries suffered by Nate Washington and Jake Locker – although active for Sundays game – will become easy targets. Well, Locker was putting on a decent show until the interception and the fumble play where he was injured, but 26 completions for 229 yards isn’t bad. However, when the quarterback on the opposing team is a three time superbowl champion (Tom Brady) you have to fight until the last whistle is blown. Locker is scheduled to play and could be wearing a harness for his shoulder. Washington will play as well after that hit that seemed to have turned his lights out. He shows no signs of concussion-like symptoms.
Also, Kenny Britt will playing in San Diego after his one game suspension which will help the Titans, but would be the X receiver in their game plan. The big news that the Tennessee Titans are celebrating is the match up between Kamerion Wimbley and Mike Harris – as if domination was set in stone. In 2011, Wimbley had himself a four-sack game against Brandyn Dombrowski. The Titans and Kamerion are expecting a repeat performance against Mike Harris. Although I’ve been a known Norv Turner hater, he actually helped his rookie LT by mixing up plays and getting Harris some extra help.
It seems the only major factor in a Chargers possible loss to Tennessee is by mistakes and poor execution. The defense will have to continue to impose their will and dominate that line of scrimmage. The pass rush will have to maintain their intensity to help this some-what unimpressive secondary.
Bolt Addicts, let me know what is (to you) the biggest threat Tennessee has or will use on Sunday when they square off with our Bolts.