Monday, August 23, 2004

Tman Weekend roundup..............Titans get it done again.......

.......This weekend was spent helping a good friend of mine forget about this absolute psycho ex he broke up with three months ago, as she let him know that she got married last month. Real nice. It was easy to convince him that she was obviously not quite together when you looked at how quickly she married after breaking up with him. Three months? Yeah, that's gonna work.

It was even easier to get him over it when we wandered around our local hotspots throughout the weekend and observed the vast assortment of gorgeous women who populate our humble little town. Oh, and we got drunk. That helped too.

Tman Consolation Services (TM) were once again successful in helping a friend get past an ex. Much thanks again to the bartending staff in Nashville, your efforts were appreciated.

On to the TITANS!!!!!!

Titans top Bills, 16-15

The Associated Press

Steve McNair and Chris Brown set the offensive tone early in Tennessee's 16-15 victory at Buffalo Saturday night.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y., Aug. 21, 2004 - The Tennessee Titans won the game. The Buffalo Bills got a reminder of why they might need two capable running backs - Travis Henry and Willis McGahee.

With much of the focus on the Bills' potential running back controversy, Titans kicker Joe Nedney pulled out the team's 16-15 preseason win with a 22-yard field goal as time expired Saturday.

Easily the highlight of this weekends Titans preseason performance was the continued emergence of Chris Brown, the man who looks to be the starting running back for the Titans since the departure of Eddie Something-or-other. Chris ran 10 times for 61 yards on Saturday, and looked extremely fast and elusive. He hit the holes hard, and it seemed like the O-Line was able to make the right blocks for Chris all day against an excellent defense. Other than that, the rest of the starters looked just fine. McNair was almost perfect again, and Tyrone Calico continues to get better. Ty made a great touchdown catch over a veteran cornerback in Troy Vincent. Keith Bulluck almost officially ended the running back controversy in Buffalo when he planted Travis Henry in the first half with a devastating hit that sent Henry to the locker room. X-Rays were negative though, and Henry should be fine.

All in all, a great weekend- although I do miss the visitor I had last weekend more than I thought I would. Dammit.

Love stinks.

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