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Nov 9, 2012 7:27pm
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NASHVILLE —Call this one Music City Mayhem. Eric Weddle Jersey . The Tennessee Titans are
winless no more after an unforgettable overtime victory over Detroit featuring
an endless stream of big plays, some suspect officiating and a huge mistake by
the Lions on the final play. Rob Bironas kicked a 26-yard field goal in
overtime, and the Titans stopped backup quarterback Shaun Hill on fourth-and-1
at the Tennessee 7 to finally pull out a 44-41 win Sunday where the Lions messed
up trying to draw the defence offside. “Obviously, there was a miscommunication,
or I dont know what you call it, from an enforcement standpoint,” coach Jim
Schwartz said. The Titans (1-2) blew a 20-9 halftime lead in a game featuring
wild scoring swings. They became the first NFL team to score five touchdowns of
60 yards or longer in a single game. “Piece of cake,” Titans quarterback
Jake Locker said with a smile. Detroit scored 18 straight points, then Tennessee
answered with 21 points before the Lions scored the final 14 of regulation in a
span of 18 seconds—the first team to do that and force overtime in league
history. The touchdown that forced overtime came on a tipped desperation pass
after Detroit recovered an onside kick and got an assist from the replacement
officials who did not review a possible turnover. “Both of us looked at each
other and said, Weve never been through something like this in our lives, ”
Titans coach Mike Munchak said of Detroit coach Jim Schwartz, a former colleague
in Nashville. “Its hard to put in words what to say about that. We both couldve
won in so many ways.” Schwartzs Lions picked up the nickname Comeback Cats last
season with four rallies for victory from 13 points or more down. “Ive never
been around one like that,” Schwartz said. A total of 46 points came in the
fourth period. Then in overtime, Bironas third field goal put Tennessee ahead to
stay after a drive that got its own boost from the officials. They announced a
replay review had overturned their ruling of a catch by Tennessee tight end
Craig Stevens, with the ball hitting the ground as he rolled after being hit
helmet to helmet by Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch. After spending several
minutes discussing where to place the ball, they put it at the Lions 29, giving
the Titans 27 yards. The penalty apparently was marched off from the Detroit 44
instead of the Tennessee 44, where the play started. The Lions (1-2) lost their
second straight when Schwartz decided not to let Jason Hanson kick his fifth
field goal. Hill, in for injured Matthew Stafford, was stopped by defensive
tackles Jurrell Casey and SenDerrick Marks on his sneak, and Tennessee escaped,
celebrating wildly even as an official stood over the ball before a replay
review was announced. “Im very exhausted right now,” Casey said. The Titans had
stopped Mikel Leshoure for a 7-yard reception about a foot short on third down.
Schwartz said he was preparing to call a timeout to kick the field goal and
wanted first to try getting the Titans to jump offside. “The crowd was loud,”
Schwartz said. “If they didnt jump, we were just going to take the timeout. The
ball ended up getting snapped. We needed that, obviously, to make sure all 11
guys get the calls right there and be able to play it.” Hill took the blame.
“Its up to the quarterback to get all 11 on the same page, for sure,” Hill said.
“Ill just leave it at that. It was on me.” Players from both teams met in the
middle of the field talking and shaking hands before an official finally
announced the game that lasted 3 hours, 51 minutes was over. The game featured
six plays of 46 yards or longer, with the Titans having five of those—all 61
or longer. The Titans even had three of those 71 yards or longer. Hills 46-yard
TD pass to Titus Young off a ball Titans linebacker Akeem Ayers tried to knock
down at the end of regulation tied the game only after some more confusing
officiating. “The guy came out of nowhere and caught the ball,” Ayers said.
After Hill tossed a 3-yard TD pass to Calvin Johnson with 18 seconds left,
Amari Spievey recovered Detroits onside kick. Hill threw a short pass to the
sideline to Nate Burleson who took at least a step before losing the ball when
hit by Titans cornerback Jason McCourty. An official threw down his bean bag,
indicating a change of possession. Titans cornerback Alterraun Verner picked up
the ball and started to run to the end zone before another official ran up and
called it incomplete. Because it was in the final 2 minutes, a review is left up
to the officials and coaches cannot challenge. No replay review was done.
Officials had other issues in this game, including twice announcing the offence
would replay third down when it was obvious the defence wanted to decline a
penalty to force fourth down. “I may not agree with some of the things but
ultimately, I thought they had control,” Munchak said. Early on came shades of
the most famous play in Titans history, the Music City Miracle to lift them past
Buffalo in a January 2000 playoff game. Tommie Campbell caught a lateral from
Darius Reynaud on a punt return and ran it 65 yards for a TD in the first
quarter for Tennessee. Reynaud had never thrown a pass in a game going back to
high school. “D-Rey had to make sure that he didnt throw it over my head,”
Campbell said. “Then after that, everything else worked out.” Jared Cook caught
a 61-yard TD pass from Locker in the second period as the Titans went up 20-9 at
halftime. Reynaud also set a Tennessee record returning a kickoff 105 yards to
tie it at 27. Ayers then sacked Stafford, forcing the Lions to punt, and Locker
found Nate Washington, who plucked the ball from behind cornerback Jacob Laceys
back and ran 71 yards for the go-ahead TD with 3:11 left. Verner grabbed the
ball from Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew and ran it 72 yards on the play
Stafford pulled up limping as he chased the cornerback. That seemed like the
clinching TD with 1:16 left in regulation and only wound up setting the scene
for more chaos. Locker finished 29 for 42 for 378 yards and two TDs. Stafford
went 33 of 42 for 278 yards and a touchdown. Notes: Leshoure ran for 100 yards
in his NFL debut. The Lions running back missed his rookie season with an
Achilles tendon injury and was suspended for the first two games of this season.
... Campbell got his second career TD off a kick or punt return he did not
field. He scored on a reverse off a kickoff last season as a rookie. ... With
his third field goal, Hanson passed Matt Stover for fourth all-time with 472s.
... Bironas kicked a 38-yard field goal at the end of the first half to tie the
franchise record with his 20th straight kick. He missed a chance to have the
record alone when a 41-yarder was wide left in the third quarter. Bironas missed
another field goal in the third, the first time hes missed two in a game since
Sept. 10, 2009. Malcom Floyd Jersey . The atmosphere was
festive as they exchanged handshakes and hugs with their new teammates about
three hours before Detroits game against the Indians. Antonio Gates Womens Jersey . Michael Grabner
had a goal and an assist for the Islanders, who have won a season-high four in a
row. Josh Bailey and Blake Comeau also lit the lamp. Making his fifth career
start, Nathan Lawson made 28 saves to record his first NHL victory. http://www.chargersteamstore.com/philip-rivers-jerseys
. Lampard will have a scan and be assessed by medics on Thursday before a
decision is made about whether the Chelsea player can remain in the 23-man
squad, which has already been submitted to UEFA. On Monday, central midfielder
Gareth Barry was ruled out of the tournament because of a stomach injury and
replaced by Phil Jagielka. Ryan Mathews Womens Jersey . Shelley Duncans
RBI double in the eighth inning gave Cleveland a soggy 3-2 win over the Chicago
White Sox on Monday night in the second game of a day-night doubleheader delayed
by rain. Ryan Mathews Jersey . Treanor batted .238
with two homers and 23 RBI in 65 games for the Florida Marlins a year ago. “Matt
is a quality backup catcher at the major league level and a solid addition to
our club,” said Tigers president, CEO and general manager David
Dombrowski.Toronto, ON (May 24, 2012) – The gridiron is heating up across the
country, as Canadas Sports Leader kicks off the 2012 CFL season with live
pre-season double-header action on June 13 featuring Toronto Hamilton at 7 <br />p.m. ET immediately followed by Saskatchewan B.C. at 10 p.m. ET on TSN.  In
total, TSN and TSN2 have live coverage of four pre-season games with live
coverage also available on TSN Mobile TV, TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto and Team
1410 in Vancouver.  In addition, games are available on-demand online at TSN.ca
(see complete CFL pre-season broadcast schedule below).  The networks CFL
pre-season coverage features play-by-play commentators Chris Cuthbert and Rod
Black in the broadcast booth alongside game analysts Glen Suitor and Duane
Forde.  The popular CFL ON TSN panel is back to break down all the action on –
and off – the field with host Dave Randorf and analysts Chris Schultz, Matt
Dunigan, Jock Climie and Milt Stegall. Throughout the pre-season, TSN.ca gives
fans a comprehensive CFL season preview package featuring an inn-depth look at
all the teams as they prepare for the regular season and analysis from TSNs
stable of football experts and Insiders. Philip Rivers Jersey. Bell Media Sports
RadioBell Media sports radio stations have live pre-season game coverage on June
13 as TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto is the official radio station of the Argonauts
and Team 1410 in Vancouver is home to the Lions.  In addition, TSN Radio 990 in
Montreal and TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg, along with Team 1200 in Ottawa and Team
1040 in Vancouver, have complete coverage of the 2012 CFL season. TSN is the
official television broadcaster of the CFL with live coverage of every single
game including the playoffs and the 100th GREY CUP in Toronto on November 25.
TSN and TSN2s CFL pre-season broadcast schedule is as follows: Wednesday, June
13 – Toronto Hamilton at 7 p.m. ET on TSN Wednesday, June 13 &ndash; Saskatchewan
B.C. at 10 p.m. ET on TSN Friday, June 15 – Edmonton Calgary at 9 p.m. ET on <br />TSN2 Wednesday, June 20 &ndash; Hamilton Winnipeg at 8 p.m. ET on TSN2 ’ ’ ’ 

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