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championship and Super Bowl . How did Ridley respond? Ridley had his best game to date of his young career in a 34â 13 win over the Titans in the 2012 opener, gaining 125 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown, while catching three passes for 27 yards. In Week
the opener.) That brought them to an Oct. 18 meeting with the Titans . Heading into the contest, the Patriots' numbers were pretty ..... the Patriots moved to 4-2 with a 59-0 dismantling of the Titans , setting a franchise record for points in a game. Brady
championship teams, he had 149 catches in three seasons, including a career-best 59 in 2009. Signed a free-agent deal with the Titans after the 2005 season, and played only five games after that before calling it a career because of knee issues. Retired
just about closed. But in nine seasons (four with the Bills, three with the Patriots, one with the Saints and one with the Titans ) he went to the postseason four times, was a part of two Super Bowl teams and had 6,881 rushing yards, a 3.9 yards
at least locally) after being dealt to the Vikings midway through the 2010 season (making a brief stop in Tennessee with the Titans before ultimately taking 2011 off), he’s remained a compelling figure. But for all the achievements he’s managed to
against the Patriots. Among Houston’ s possible starters for this year are former Patriots Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer . The Titans will play in Foxborough on Dec. 20 for the first time since a 59-0 loss on Oct. 18, 2009. The Patriots will close out
coming of Richard Seymour . 6. New York Jets — Shane Ray, DE, Missouri: The Jets are a bit of a wild-card here — if the Titans don’t trade for Rivers and he’s still here at No. 6, there’s the very real possibility they go for Mariota at No
interest in signing the 25-year-old, a 6-foot-4, 235-pounder who played the last four years of his career with the Titans . b) Stefan Wisniewski: A veteran who is likely in the same holding pattern as McCarthy — he also visited Foxboro earlier
three of their picks to this point: a fifth-rounder to the Bucs as part of the Casillas deal, a sixth-rounder to the Titans in the Ayers deal, and a seventh-rounder to the Rams as part of a 2012 deal for wide receiver Greg Salas.
size/speed combo in this year’s class when you’re talking about defenders, he’s a potential game-changer for the Titans ’ defensive front. (For what it’s worth, we’ re not buying the hints that they might be interested in Marcus Mariota