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Open Game Thread: Titans @ Patriots

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The 0-5 Tennessee Titans (Houston Oilers) take on our 3-2 New England Patriots (Boston Patriots). As you can surmise from the logos, we're back in throwbacks. Hopefully the outcome is different than the last time we wore throwbacks (ahem - Denver). I swear we were blinded by those gruesome socks, but that's in the past. Time to move on.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (3-2)
Out
Player Position Injury
Taylor, Fred RB Ankle (Did not Practice)
Doubtful
Player Position Injury
Light, Matt T Knee (Did not Practice)
Questionable
Player Position Injury
Sanders, James S Shoulder (Limited Participation)
Springs, Shawn DB Knee (Limited Participation)
Warren, Ty DE Calf (Limited Participation)
Watson, Benjamin TE Head (Limited Participation)
Wilfork, Vince DT Ankle (Limited Participation)
Probable
Player Position Injury
Brady, Tom QB Right Shoulder (Full Participation)
Green, Jarvis DE Knee (Limited Participation)
Moss, Randy Shoulder WR (Limited Participation)

TENNESSEE TITANS (0-5)
Out
Player Position Injury
Harper, Nick CB Forearm (Did not Practice)
Doubtful
Player Position Injury
Stevens, Craig TE Concussion (Did not Practice)
Fuller, Vincent S Forearm (Limited Participation)
Questionable
Player Position Injury
Allred, Colin LB Shoulder (Full Participation)
Finnegan, Cortland CB Hamstring (Did not Practice)
Griffin, Michael S Neck (Full Participation)
Harris, Leroy OL Concussion (Did not Practice)
Jones, Jason DT Shoulder (Full Participation)
Kearse, Jevon DE Foot (Did not Practice)
Keglar, Stanford LB Hamstring (Limited Participation)
Probable
Player Position Injury
Ford, Jacob DE Ankle (Full Participation)
Tulloch, Stephen LB Knee (Full Participation)
Scott, Jake G Illness (Full Participation)


Friday's injury report has some notable entries, namely Matt Light. Notably absent, however, is Wes Welker which means his health has improved. I thought for sure that hit to the back would've kept him out, but there's no stopping the little engine that can.

Don't ever discount an 0-5 team, especially one that as recently as 2008 was tearing up the field. Never underestimate their desire to replace that "0" with a 1. However, today will be an uphill battle. Tom Brady appears to be progressing and our Patriots play in front of a home town crowd. The Titans have their work cut out for them.

Drop by Music City Miracles to check out all the Titans goings on.