After turning the starting job at quarterback to Vince Young, it seemed that the Tennessee Titans finally welcomed their turning point of the season. Starting at 0-6 with quarterback being Kerry Collins, the team has won two straight games since quarterback wearing No.10 Titans jersey being the starter. And the Titans are hoping that Young will lead them to more wins and back to the team resembling.
“Guys feel rejuvenated, guys are happy about what we’ve done over the last two weeks,” veteran center Kevin Mawae said Monday. “Things kind of snowballed on us the first six weeks of the season, but we overcame that. We’re starting to overcome the penalties and starting to overcome the things that don’t go our way.”
Coach Jeff Fisher may stop considering that Collins would bring the Titans more chance to win now. The 2006 Offensive Rookie of the Year has shown all the qualities required by being a starting quarterback in these two starts and completed 64.3 percent of his passes. Rather than bringing winning chance to the team, he simply brings wins to the team.