Titans -3 vs. Vikings.
Unfortunately for the Tennessee Titans, the first few weeks of the NFL season all the Titans are receiving is negative press involving quarterback Vince Young, but what you might not have heard or noticed is that the Titans are looking like legitimate Super Bowl contenders with an impressive 3-0 record to start the season.
With the best start in franchise history for the Titans and a defense that rivals the 2000 Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, the sky seems to be the limit for Tennessee. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for their next opponent in the Minnesota Vikings who have really struggled coming out of the gate losing two of their first three games this year.
It has just been a downward spiral for the Vikings from their quarterback controversy involving the benching of Tarvaris Jackson in favor of Gus Frerotte to their banged up superstar in Adrian Peterson who is playing through a hamstring injury, it is just one thing after another in Minnesota. With their bread and butter running back health in question the Vikings are holding their breath with every carry he takes out of the backfield as a season ending injury to Peterson will basically end the teams hopes of making a playoff run this year.
As a result of Peterson not being 100% and the quarterback position in the hands of an unproven veteran expect the Tennessee Titans to stroll to a their first 4-0 start in the team’s history unless Adrian Peterson somehow has another record breaking performance like he did last season.