Kenny Britt Transforms the Titans and Other AFC South Must-Reads

Nate DunlevyGuest ColumnistSeptember 13, 2012

Britt can help the Titans get vertical.
Britt can help the Titans get vertical.Wesley Hitt/Getty Images

We have no idea who the Titans are.

Without Kenny Britt in the lineup for most of the preseason, it has been impossible to know what the Titans' offense truly is.

Today's article of the day is by John Glennon of The Tennessean who shares that Britt and quarterback Jake Locker practically need introductions.

The injuries that kept Britt on the sidelines were costly. This isn't the normal case of a wideout needing rhythm with the quarterback. Britt and Locker have scarcely had any time to throw together since Locker was drafted.

Britt may only get 15-25 snaps against San Diego in Week 2, but those could be enough to make a big impact if he's fully healed.

He's a special talent and has the ability to turn the entire season on its head. Only once he's fully healed and integrated in the scheme can we fairly judge just how effective the Titans will be.


General Interest

Jason Lisk of The Big Lead crushes what has always been one of the dumbest "magic rules" in sports.

Chase Stuart of The New York Times writes about replacement officials.


Jacksonville Jaguars

Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union breaks down Cecil Shorts' big catch.

Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country reports there won't be blackouts in 2012.

Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union posts a notebook.


Tennessee Titans

Paul Kuharsky of looks at how Kenny Britt can help the Titans passing game.

Glennon of The Tennessean writes that Britt faces a mental component to his return.


Houston Texans

Steph Stradley of the Houston Chronicle previews the Jaguars game.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle thinks Maurice Jones-Drew will be difficult to stop.


Indianapolis Colts

Kuharsky posts a video about Reggie Wayne.

Scott Kacsmar of Colts Authority studies every throw by Andrew Luck.

Kyle Rodriguez of Colts Authority looks at just how bad the offensive line was in run blocking.

Phil B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star has an injury update.

Wilson writes that Leslie Frazier could have been the Colts' head coach.