Last week, A.J. Brown opened up on Instagram about his personal battle with depression. It was extremely brave of him to speak openly, and hopefully it will encourage others to reach out for help in their own fight. Mike Vrabel spoke about A.J.’s message during his Monday press conference, and it’s pretty easy to see why players like playing for Vrabel.
When asked about Chris Jackson’s performance on Sunday, Vrabel said that it’s one of those days that everyone has. Jackson has done some good things for the Titans this year, and that far outweighs the bad. The hope is that he flushes it and moves on to the game against Houston.
Bobby Hart is no longer a Titan. After playing quite a bit in his short tenure, and playing very poorly, the Titans saw enough.
The defense has been the tone setter for the Titans the past couple weeks. Jeffery Simmons and Harold Landry lead the team in sacks, and the front four has made life easier for the backend of the defense. Kevin Byard has been able to feast. If the offense rounds back into form, the rest of the NFL is in real trouble.