Vince Young Injury: What His Sprained Knee Means for Tennessee Titans

October 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Vince Young suffered what is being described as a sprained knee in the first half of the Monday Night Football Game Between the Tennesee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
On a fumbled snap, Young's knee was twisted while he attempted to recover the fumble, which he did.
Now Kerry Collins is in the game, and this presents its own set of advantages and disadvantages for both teams.
On a side note, raise your hand if you have Kerry Collins on your fantasy team and ready to go.
Moving on, Collins has been very good for the Titans in the past, and already has led the Titans down the field for a touchdown.
Collins and the Titans also have Chris Johnson to fall back on from an offensive standpoint. While Johnson may not get 2,000 yards this season, he's going to have at least 1,500 yards and is as reliable a running back as you can have on a team.
As of this writing, Young's return is uncertain, but the team has won games with both quarterbacks, and when Colli...

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