Sunday, October 2, 2011

What we think will happen vs. the Titans (Week 4)

Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns

October 2, 2011


Browns 24
Titans 21
Chris Johnson is killing my fantasy team worse than the Titans. I can't see Colt McCoy being as off as he was last week, so I'm guessing the offensive ship gets righted enough to get the good guys another home win.

No pick this week. 

Browns 20
Titans 14
 I'd to see the Browns go into their bye week with a decisive home win. The offensive line needs to offer Colt McCoy a bit more protection this week, but the young gunslinger must be more precise with his throws. Hillis's return will help boost McCoy's confidence, while the play of a talented young defensive line will be enough get the Browns the duke.

Browns 10
Titans 7
Matt Hasselbeck seems to have found the Fountain of Youth but with his best receiver out for the year, Chris Johnson struggling, and a surprisingly good Browns defense, the Titans should struggle to score. That being said, the Browns offense hasn't exactly lit the world on fire and the Titans are the top rated defense in the league. With Peyton Hillis back, the Browns squeak out a low scoring, close one to earn the W.

Browns 22
Titans 20
In March of 1998, I drank alone at a Nashville bar and spent my time there oddly fascinated by a life-size wall illustration of Yancy Thigpen. I often wonder if that bar still exists and, if so, have they replaced Yancy with an image of Jeff Fisher, Steve McNair or Frank Wycheck? And if they haven't, might I suggest Kenny Britt? You cannot stop Kenny Britt, you can only hope he's out for the season when you play the Titans.

No pick this week.

No pick this week.