Wyatt, Jim
December 2005
Sporting News;12/23/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 51, p64
The article focuses on the performance of various players of the football team Tennessee Titans. DT Albert Haynesworth is beginning to look as dominant as he did before his knee injury early this season. When he stays low, he can drive his opponent into the backfield and disrupt the running game. The Titans would like to get second-year OL Jacob Bell some work to help evaluate him for next season. He is most comfortable at right tackle, where rookie Michael Roos plays. At some point, Tennessee plans to move Roos to left tackle. Because they lack offensive weapons, the Titans have gotten their running backs more involved in the passing game.


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