Description: Titans running back Shonn Greene was arrested on Friday night in Franklin, Tennessee according to the Nashville Tennessean.
Insight: Greene was parked in a handicap spot in Franklin. While a parking enforcement officer was writing a ticket for Greene, the running back decided it would be a great idea to flee the scene. Greene eventually turned himself in after learning there was a warrant out for his arrest. He was charged with handicap parking violation, driving on a suspended license, reckless driving and resisting stop/halt/frisk. He is out on bail, but his status for Sunday is unknown. Fantasy owners should drop him just for his stupidity.
Description: The Titans will start sixth-round rookie Zach Mettenberger at quarterback coach Ken Whisenhunt said Thursday.
Insight: Jake Locker is in a contract year and is too injury prone to commit to long-term. Charlie Whitehurst is not the answer at quarterback either. Everyone should jump on the Houston Texans defernse, particularly if Jadeveon Clowney returns.
Description: The Nashville Tennessean reports the Titans will start sixth-round rookie Zach Mettenberger at quarterback against the Texans in Week 8.
Insight: Coach Ken Whisenhunt has officially given up on the season. Jake Locker is in a contract year, and he is too injury prone to commit to long-term. Charlie Whitehurst is not the answer at quarterback either. So Whisenhunt is getting a look at the rookie from LSU.
Description: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports teams have been calling the Titans about Nate Washington.
Insight: This likely just means the Titans would like to trade their wide receiver. Justin Hunter is the team's new No. 2 WR, and Washington is taking up cap and roster space. It is unlikely that Tennessee gets anyone to bite on his 4.8 million base salary since he can't even earn a starting role on the Titans.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker (thumb) got in a limited practice during Wednesday's session.
Insight: Coach Ken Whisenhunt expects Locker to return for Week 8, but that will depend on the amount of reps he is able to handle the rest of the week. We should have more clarity on his status after Thursday's practice.
Description: The Titans have signed running back Antonio Andrews from their practice squad.
Insight: He'll be behind both Bishop Sankey and Shonn Greene so has little fantasy value. The move could have been made to protect him from getting signed by another team with multiple running back injuries.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker had a disappointing game against the Redskins.
Insight: Walker had two catches for 17 yards. Unfortunately, the magic Walker had at the beginning of the season seems to have faded. Walker also seems more productive when Jake Locker is under center.
Description: Titans receiver Kendall Wright caught six passes for 68 yards and a touchdown against the Redskins in Week 7.
Insight: Wright has frustrated fantasy owners this season, but if owners have remained patient with him, he put up a solid fantasy day in Week 7. With this performance, Wright, at the very least, has kept his bench spot on your roster.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker had a disappointing game against the Jaguars.
Insight: Walker still caught three passes for 57 yards, but against arguably the worst defense in the league, Walker had one of his worst statistical days so far in 2014. He seems to be more productive with Jake Locker while Charlie Whitehurst favors Justin Hunter.
Description: Titans receiver Justin Hunter led the team with 77 receiving yards in Week 6 against the Jaguars.
Insight: Hunter seems to have some chemistry with backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst. The pair hit a big touchdown against the Browns in Week 5 and Hunter led the Titans in Week 6. Hunter is a viable WR3 in deep leagues with Whitehurst at quarterback.
Description: Titans rookie running back Bishop Sankey should lead the team in carries with Shonn Green out with a hamstring injury.
Insight: Where have we heard this before? Even with Greene in the lineup, coach Ken Whisenhunt has said Sankey will be more involved but that hasn't happened yet. Tennessee might be forced to go to Sankey, though, with no Greene, and the Jaguars are a favorable matchup.
Description: Titans receiver Kendall Wright finally displayed what fantasy owners were hoping from him all year as he caught two touchdowns in Week 5 against the Browns.
Insight: Wright finished with six catches for 47 yards in his biggest fantasy day of 2014. The Titans also used Wright in the rushing game, giving him two carries, one of which he took for 38 yards. But with the uncertainty at quarterback, it will still be tough to start Wright with confidence.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker left Sunday's game against the Browns holding his throwing arm.
Insight: Browns cornerback Joe Haden hit Locker in the helmet on third down at about the 30-yard line. He, however, did not return to the game after the pass interference call. The injury is apparently to Locker's right hand.
Description: Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Bishop Sankey will likely get more carries in Week 5 against the Browns according to The Tennessean.
Insight: Whisenhunt also added that Sankey will see action earlier in the game. Sankey has actually led the Titans running backs in snaps the past two weeks, but most of those snaps have come in the second half of games with the Titans well behind on the scoreboard. Sankey has 127 yards and one touchdown on 19 touches the last two weeks.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker (wrist) will not play on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter,
Insight: He looked unlikely to play all week, after suffering the wrist injury late in Week 3. "Checkdown" Charlie Whitehurst gets the start against Indianapolis. Expect Tennessee to use a lot of Shonn Greene and Bishop Sankey.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker (wrist) did not practice on Thursday according to The Tennessean.
Insight: It was also reported that Locker did do a "bit more" at practice, but head coach Ken Whisenhunt did say he is concerned about Locker suffering a setback if he plays against the Colts. Whisenhunt said he will likely determine Locker's status on Sunday, but with everything Whisenhunt has said this week, we do not expect Locker to play. Whisenhunt likely wants to give another quarterback a shot after Locker's poor first three weeks.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker has no structural damage to his wrist, but is still officially questionable for Week 4 according to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Insight: Doctors have diagnosed Locker with a wrist strain. Based on how he has played the last two weeks against the Cowboys and Bengals, hopefully Locker is not a quarterback owners are relying on starting in Week 4.
Description: Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Bishop Sankey's carries won't increase until he improves his footwork.
Insight: Sankey rushed for 61 yards on ten carries and was really the only quality fantasy player from Tennessee on Sunday. Whisenhunt, however, still wants him to improve his footwork before he sees the field for longer periods of time. The 54th overall pick from May's draft has 89 yards on 18 carries in three games as he is rotating with Shonn Greene and Dexter McCluster in the backfield.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker suffered an injury to his throwing wrist in Week 3, and the Titans are unsure if he will play in Week 4 according to ESPN.
Insight: Perhaps that's why Locker was so bad against the Bengals on Sunday. Locker's wrist was apparently bent awkwardly in Sunday's loss to the Bengals. There is already speculation that head coach Ken Whisenhunt will use this injury as an excuse to start another quarterback next week. Charlie Whitehurst and rookie Zach Mettenberger are Locker's backups.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker leads Titans in receiving once again.
Insight: He did not have as big of a game as he did a week ago, but Walker still managed four catches for 54 yards, on seven targets. He outshined his receiving counterparts, Kendall Wright (5 catches for 44 yards) and Justin Hunter (3 catches for 37 yards). Walker is a borderline TE1 as we head into Week 4.
Description: Titans running back Bishop Sankey outshines Shonn Greene Sunday.
Insight: Both backs received 10 carries, but Sankey was far more productive with his 61 yards, compared to Greene's 33. Greene did manage a garbage time, one-yard touchdown. However, we could be seeing the start of the Bishop Sankey show right before our very eyes.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker has afternoon to forget against Cincinnati.
Insight: He was 17-of-34 for only 185 yards and two interceptions. Tennessee did not lose just because of Locker's poor play, however he did not help the team's cause. After a stellar Week 1 performance, Locker has been way too inconsistent. He is a QB2 moving forward.
Description: Like most of the Titans' players, Hunter was a nowhere to be found against the Cowboys during Week 2.
Insight: Hunter has a ton of physical ability, but the fact he is on a team like Tennessee, inconsistent play is be expected. He had two catches for 26 yards on Sunday, and will look to rebound in Week 3 when the Titans travel to Cincy.
Description: Titans running back Shonn Greene was unable to build on a strong start to the season, against Dallas.
Insight: After registering 71 rushing yards in Week 1, Greene only managed five carries for 40 yards in Week 2. He is still the lead back in Tennessee, however owners should continue to expect inconsistent play. Greene is no more than a flex/RB3 option moving forward.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker could not build off his performance from Week 1.
Insight: Locker has been inconsistent throughout his career, and that trend continued against the Cowboys. He was 18/34 for 234 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. It does not get any easier as Tennessee travels to Cincinnati for Week 3. Consider Locker a QB2 on Sunday.
Description: Titans RB/WR Dexter McCluster is questionable for Sunday's game against Cincinnati de to a foot injury.
Insight: According to a report in The Tennessean, McCluster was seen leaving the locker room in a walking boot. McCluster doesn't have much fantasy value at this time with Shonn Greene and Bishop Sankey in front of him on the depth charts.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker owners hit the jackpot with a 10-catch, 142-yard, one score game.
Insight: Walker also scored in Week 1 and is quickly becoming a huge tight end threat. The Cowboys have now yielded 14 receptions for 186 yards and three scores to opposing starting tight ends. Remember that when the Rams' Jared Cook plays Dallas next weekend.
Description: Titans rookie running back Bishop Sankey was nowhere to be found in Week 2 against Dallas.
Insight: Sankey rushed the ball just two times for three yards. The Titans only tried running the ball 11 times including twice by quarterback Jake Locker. Shonn Green appears to be the only back option in Tennessee.
Description: ESPN Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky expects rookie running back Bishop Sankey to "gradually grow" into a more important role on offense.
Insight: Sankey is further down the depth chart than we initially thought. Shonn Greene and Dexter McCluster had 15 and nine carries, respectively. Sankey had six carries for 25 yards. Even Leon Washington was invovled and only had two fewer touches than Sankey did. The rookie is worth having on your bench because he will continue to get more reps but do not put him in your fantasy lineup this week.
Description: Titans receiver Justin Hunter was a full participant in Friday's practice with a knee injury, according to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Insight: It wasn't thought to be serious and this should solidify his status as active for Week 2. Hunter is the Titans' receiver who scares defenses the most. he caught three balls for 63 yards in the opener.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker told the Nashville Tennessean that he feels more comfortable against the blitz than he has in the past.
Insight: Locker has been inaccurate against defensive pressure in the past, but that was not the case versus the Chiefs on Sunday. Kansas City did sack Locker four times, but he completed 22-of-33 passes for 266 yards and two touchdowns. If you need a quarterback this week, Locker has a great matchup against the Cowboys.
Description: Titans running back Shonn Greene ran the ball six times for 15 yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Falcons.
Insight: Given the size of the Tennessee offensive line and a below average Atlanta front seven, its disappointing Greene did not have a much better showing. He remains the starter for now, but we doubt he will remain in front of rookie Bishop Sankey.
Description: Titans quarterback Jake Locker was 12-of-17 for 188 yards and one touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Falcons.
Insight: Locker also did not throw any interceptions. The touchdown pass was a 63-yard bomb to receiver Nate Washington. Through three preseason games, Locker is 21-of-30 with two touchdowns and no picks. If he remains healthy, Locker is a quality QB2.
Description: The Tennessean called Titans receiver Justin Hunter "all but unstoppable" anywhere near the goal line. Hunter caught four balls for 111 yards and two touchdowns in last week's preseason game.
Insight: Hunter has a knack for catching the ball in the corner of the end zone on the fade pattern according to The Tennessean. Adding to his ball skills, Hunter is 6'4" and jumped a remarkable 39.5 inch vertical leap in the NFL Combine. He could prove to be one of Jake Locker's favorite red zone targets this season and thus a sleeper on draft day.
Description: Titans running back Shonn Greene (knee) practiced Monday, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. He hyperextended his right knee, which he had arthroscopic surgery on twice in the last 12 months, in Friday's preseason game.
Insight: Greene is currently atop Tennessee's depth chart, but with Dexter McCluster playing on third downs and rookie Bishop Sankey in the fold, this could be a committee early in the season.
Description: Titans rookie running back Bishop Sankey did some good things and some bad things this week ... as rookies are prone to do.
Insight: Sankey rushed six times for 31 yards (5.1 ypc), but also fumbled on his final carry while driving for extra yards. With Shonn Greene struggling to to knee issues, Sankey could be in line for big playing time, if he can straighten out the issues - primarily blocking for his QB and fumbling.
Description: Titans receiver Justin Hunter had four catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns in Friday's preseason game.
Insight: Hunter made a lot of mental mistakes and appeared passive at times on the field during his rookie year, but his physical gifts are undeniable. He's 6-foot-4, 203 pounds and ran a 4.44 40-yard dash at the combine. He's a high-upside target in the 12th round of fantasy drafts.
Description: According to the Tennessean, not a practice goes by without Justin Hunter making some highlight-reel catches.
Insight: Hunter hasn't been without fault during camp. Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt reportedly called out Hunter in a team meeting for a mistake during Saturday's preseason opener on Monday and WRs coach Shawn Jefferson made him wear a "JAG" (Just Another Guy) nameplate at practice. Hunter made a lot of mental mistakes and appeared passive at times on the field during his rookie year, but his physical gifts are undeniable. He's 6-foot-4, 203 pounds and ran a 4.44 40-yard dash at the combine. He's a nice flyer in the 12th round of fantasy drafts.
Description: Titans running back Shonn Greene started the preseason opener Saturday against the Packers and had four carries for 20 yards and a touchdown.
Insight: Dexter McCluster played on third downs and ran with the second-team ahead of rookie Bishop Sankey. Sankey is going to have to earn a larger role in the offense and could be in a committee to start the season.
Description: According to the Tennessean, the Titans plan on using a running back by committee this season.
Insight: We're guessing they'll move away from that quickly once they see the difference between Bishop Sankey and Shonn Greene. Dexter McCluster will be involved, but more as a pass-catcher in the role Danny Woodhead occupied last season for the Chargers under new Tennessee coach Ken Whisenhunt. Woodhead had 182 touches, but there were still 311 touches left for Ryan Mathews. Sankey will likely lead the backfield in touches, but with Greene looming as a touchdown vulture a 39.3 ADP is a little high for the rookie.
Description: Tennessee running back Jackie Battle should have zero fantasy value this season as he's been moved to fullback, according to Jim Eyatt of The Tennessean.
Insight: Battle was a viable handcuff candidate in previous stops with Kansas City and San Diego, but isn't likely to touch the football much in 2014. The Titans have three running backs in Bishop Sankey, Shonn Greene and multi-position Dexter McCluster for that role.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker said he's "looking to catch 80 balls this year." SOURCE: titansonline.com
Insight: In his first season with the Titans, Walker caught 60 passes for 571 yards and six touchdowns in 15 games, so him catching 80 catches isn't as much of a stretch as it seems. New Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt worked with Antonio Gates in San Diego last year and compared Walker to Gates in January. Walker is going undrafted in 12-team mocks on fantasyfootballcalculator.com, but he could be a low-end TE1.
Description: Tennessee halfback Shonn Greene is coming off right knee surgery and will miss all of OTAs. SOURCE: Jim Wyatt, Nashville Tennessean
Insight: That gives rookie Bishop Sankey a head start over Greene as the two try to learn Ken Whisenhunt's new offense. With Chris Johnson now in New York, the Titans' backfield is up for grabs. For what it's worth, Greene rushed 77 times for 295 yards and four touchdowns during the 2013 campaign.
Description: The Titans made Bishop Sankey the first running back off the board in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Insight: Sankey went 54th overall, the latest the draft's first running back has ever been taken. Tennessee was in the market for a running back after releasing Chris Johnson. The 5-9, 209-pound Sankey has a good chance to start from Day 1 ahead of Shonn Greene.
Description: The Titans won't pick up Jake Locker's option for 2015. SOURCE: Nashville Tennessean
Insight: That means he'll be a free agent after next season. Locker doesn't have Ryan Fitzpatrick breathing down his neck anymore but the team could still draft a quarterback to compete with him in training camp.
Description: Former Titans running back Chris Johnson met with the Jets on Tuesday. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPN
Insight: The team is mulling the idea of a split backfield with Johnson and Chris Ivory as the two anchors. Johnson has been in decline for several years now and doesn't figure to be a top fantasy choice in 2014.
Description: Tennessee QB Jake Locker (Lisfranc surgery) says he is ahead of schedule and expects to be ready for May OTAs, according to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
Insight: Locker, Charlie Whitehurst and Tyler Wilson are the current QBs on the roster, but don't be surprised if the new regime brings in a quarterback in the draft. Locker has yet to show he's a fantasy-worthy QB.
Description: It's official. The Titans have released running back Chris Johnson after six seasons. SOURCE: Jim Wyatt, The Tennessean
Insight: The Titans couldn't find a trade partner, but the running back will certainly find another NFL job. The speedster has proven to be durable, having missed just one game in six seasons. He's never rushed for less than 1,047 yards and has recorded 58 touchdowns (50 rushing). Where he ends up will determine his future fantasy value.
Description: Titans running back Chris Johnson has a meeting with the GM Ruston Webster on Friday and could be released as soon as today.
Insight: The speedster has proven to be durable, having missed just one game in six seasons. He's never rushed for less than 1,047 yards and has recorded 58 touchdowns (50 rushing). The Titans couldn't find a trade partner, but the running back will certainly find another NFL job. Where he ends up will determine his future fantasy value.
Description: The Titans are expected to hand Chris Johnson his walking papers sometime in the next week. SOURCE: Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports
Insight: They couldn't drum up much trade interest for the veteran and now it appears they'll just let him walk. Johnson has rushed for 1,000 yards in all six seasons in the NFL while only missing one game over that stretch. He's owed $8 million in 2014.
Description: The Titans have released Ryan Fitzpatrick after one season.
Insight: The Titans needed Fitzpatrick to play 11 games last season behind brittle starter Jake Locker, and he completed 62 percent of his passes for 2,454 yards, 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Tennessee will go with Charlie Whitehurst, who is familiar with new Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt's offensive system after playing in it as a backup for the Chargers last season.
Description: Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said he thinks of Dexter McCluster as more of a running back than a wide receiver, according to the Tennessean.
Insight: McCluster signed with the Titans this week after spending the last four years in Kansas City. McCluster reeled in 46+ catches in each of the last three seasons but had just 20 carries combined the last two after taking 114 rushes for 516 yards (4.5 ypc) in 2011. Whisenhunt was OC of the Chargers last season and may see McCluster as his new Danny Woodhead (106 carries, 76 receptions, 1,034 yards from scrimmage, eight total TDs in 2013). If that's the case, he could have strong fantasy value.
Description: Former Chiefs wideout Dexter McCluster has agreed to a three-year deal with Tennessee, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Insight: A Pro Bowler last season, McCluster is probably one of the more versatile talents in the league. He should see work at wideout, halfback and on special teams next season. McCluster's deal could be worth up to $12 million though only $4.5 million of it is guaranteed.
Description: The Titans are putting running back Chris Johnson on the trading block. SOURCE: NBC's Pro Football Talk
Insight: Johnson has recorded at least 1,000 yards rushing in each of his six seasons in the league. Unfortunately for Tennessee, he's still owed $23 million over the next three seasons. If the Titans can't find a trade partner, there's a good chance Johnson will be released before June 1st.
Description: Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports is reporting that Titans RB Chris Johnson played the final 14 weeks of the 2013 season with a torn meniscus.
Insight: Johnson will have surgery on Tuesday. CJ2K managed 1,077 yards rushing, 345 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns in 16 games this season. He's only missed one game in six seasons in the league. Tennessee is expected to release him instead of paying him the $8 million he's owed for next season.
Description: Jake Locker's future in Tennessee looks more uncertain than ever now that Ken Whisenhunt is the head coach. SOURCE: Jim Wyatt, The Tennessean
Insight: In his introductory press conference, Whisenhunt said he hasn't seen much of Locker at the pro level. He also said the team hasn't ruled out drafting a quarterback with the No. 11 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. Locker has a team option for the 2015 season but it's unknown if the Titans are interested in keeping him beyond that. Stay tuned.
Description: Titans running back Chris Johnson says there's "no way" he'll take a pay cut next season and that he doesn't think it's his fault the running game has struggled. "It's a team effort," he said. SOURCE: Jim Wyatt, the Tennessean
Insight: Johnson is scheduled to make $8 million in 2014 and likely will be released. The 28-year-old has rushed for 950 yards and five touchdowns on 252 carries (3.8 ypc) this season with a long gain of just 30 yards. He's added 39 catches for 331 yards and four touchdowns to rank ninth among running backs in fantasy points. Johnson has consistently shifted blame to his teammates for his struggles over the last few seasons.
Description: Titans receiver Nate Washington had his first 100-yard game since Week 4 Sunday at Jacksonville.
Insight: Washington had 117 yards and a touchdown on six catches, giving him 209 yards over his last two games. If he can put up 120 yards in Week 17, Washington will get to 1,000 yards for the second time in three years.
Description: Titans running back Chris Johnson ran for 90 yards on 22 carries Sunday at Jacksonville.
Insight: Shonn Greene had 91 yards on 19 carries and scored a touchdown, which won't make Johnson owners happy. Johnson will need 50 rushing yards in Week 17 to reach 1,000 for the sixth straight season.
Description: Titans receiver Kendall Wright corralled 12 passes for 150 yards on 20 targets in Week 15 against the Cardinals.
Insight: Wright failed to reach 69 yards in a game for the first time since Sept. 29 last week, but he came back and put up a huge game Sunday to go over 1,000 yards for the first time. With two games left, he has 85 catches, 1,007 yards and two scores.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker (concussion) practiced Wednesday, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Insight: Walker had emerged as one of Ryan Fitzpatrick's top targets with 19 catches for 199 yards and two scores between Weeks 10 and 12 before suffering a concussion in Week 13 and missing Week 14. The Cardinals have allowed 4.0 more fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends than any other team in the NFL this season, which puts Walker on the TE1 radar this week.
Description: It sounds like the Titans are going to cut Chris Johnson after the season. SOURCE: Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Insight: They'll probably try to trade Johnson first but it's doubtful anyone would be willing to take him given his enormous salary. Johnson is actually having a pretty good season but he doesn't fit the team's plans for rebuilding.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker (concussion) was not able to practice Thursday, his second straight day on the sidelines
Insight: Walker will have to pass concussion tests before he's cleared to play Sunday against the Broncos and that is looking less and less likely. Prior to his concussion, Walker had emerged as one of Ryan Fitzpatrick's top targets and had 19 catches for 199 yards and two scores from Weeks 10-12.
Description: Titans tight end Delanie Walker (concussion) was not able to practice Wednesday, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Insight: Walker will have to pass concussion tests before he's cleared to play Sunday against the Broncos. Prior to his concussion, Walker had emerged as one of Ryan Fitzpatrick's top targets and had 19 catches for 199 yards and two scores from Weeks 10-12.
Description: According to ESPN's John Clayton, Titans tight end Delanie Walker has been ruled out for Sunday's game due to a concussion.
Insight: Walker emerged as a decent fantasy option for tight-end needy owners over the previous three games, catching 19 of his 27 targets for 199 yards and two touchdowns. He'll finish with one catch for five yards Sunday.
Description: Titans receiver Kendall Wright (ankle) got in a full practice session Thursday, according to John Glennon of the Tennessean.
Insight: Wright caught his first touchdown since Week 2 and had his first 100-yard game of the year Sunday at Oakland. He's had at least 69 receiving yards in each of the last seven games, making him a reliable WR3 in Week 13 against the Colts.
Description: Titans receiver Kendall Wright left Sunday's game against Oakland with a foot injury.
Insight: Wright had managed two catches for 54 yards. He had caught 16 balls over the past two weeks and caught the eye of many fantasy owners. They like his receptions per game average, but not his limited ability to get into the end zone. He has just one touchdown catch this season - in Week 2.
Description: Titans wideout Kenny Britt is still not part of the offense these days.
Insight: That's in case you hadn't been paying attention. Britt was on the field for just 13 of 54 plays and didn't see the ball on any of them. Kendall Wright, Nate Washington and tight end Delanie Walker are the Titans primary receivers.
Description: Titans running back Chris Johnson had another solid week running the ball, his second in three games.
Insight: Johnson posted two first quarter touchdown runs and it looked like he might explode for one of those monster games, but the Titans only ran him four times in the second half and the Colts clamped down on him to hold him to six yards after the break.
Description: According to the Titans official Twitter, coach Mike Munchak confirmed Monday that Jake Locker will miss the rest of the season with a Lisfranc injury.
Insight: The Titans are still deciding on surgery option for the quarterback. During his two seasons as the starter, Locker has missed games seven games due to a torn non-throwing shoulder and a hip injury. Now, he'll miss the final seven games of the 2013 season due to a foot injury.
Description: Tennessee QB Jake Locker suffered a foot injury in the first half Sunday against Jacksonville.
Insight: Originally it looked like it might have been a leg injury or even a recurrence of a hip ailment he had earlier in the year. With Locker doubtful to return, Harvard product Ryan Fitzpatrick will be asked to lead the offense.
Description: Titans QB Jake Locker is back in the locker room with four minutes left in the second quarter.
Insight: It appeared to be a leg injury and may not have been a re-injury of his hip which cost him games earlier this season. His return is questionable. Ryan Fitzpatrick would be the Titans' backup uption.
Description: Titans running back Chris Johnson broke out of a slump Sunday against the Rams.
Insight: Johnson carried the ball 23 times and rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns. His long gain was just 24 yards, but he picked up big chunks of yardage on most of his carries. As we've been saying for several weeks, the Titans faced an extremely tough schedule in the first seven weeks of the season but now get a string of soft run defenses.
Description: While Titans coach Mike Munchak said Wednesday he'd like to get Shonn Greene 15 carries per game going forward, he also said he'd like Chris Johnson to get 20. SOURCE: Jim Wyatt, Tennessean
Insight: Johnson has averaged just 11.5 carries the last four games and 16.4 per game for the season, so having two backs receive 15 carries would be a huge change for the Titans. We expect Johnson to continue to see around 15 total touches with Shonn Greene handling the ball 7-10 times and getting the goal-line carries. Johnson has one of his best matchups of the season in Week 9 against St. Louis, but he can only be counted on as a flex option this week.