NFL gambling success was brought to Tennessee by a defense that ranked as one of the most effective against the NFL lines. The Titans ranked 7th on overall scoring defense. Tennessee head coach Jeff Fisher is known as a NFL gambling defensive specialist and that has been reflected on Tennessee’s performance against the NFL lines.
Tony Brown is one of the main NFL gambling assets on that Tennessee defense. The defensive tackle had 52 tackles in 2008 including a team best 10 tackles for a loss. Brown is a 5 year pro out of nearby Memphis and figures to cause more NFL gambling havoc this year.
Outside linebacker Keith Bulluck is another NFL gambling key to the success of the Titans defense. Bulluck, a 10 year pro out of Syracuse, led the Titans in tackles for the 2008 NFL gambling season with 98 and had 8 tackles in their playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
Free safety Michael Griffin had a phenomenal season in 2008 as he had 7 interceptions, returning 1 of them for a score. Griffin also had 64 tackles for the 2008 NFL gambling campaign. He is a 3 year pro out of Texas. Cornerback Cortland Finnegan is another key component to the Tennessee defense.
Finnegan had 5 interceptions during the 2008 NFL gambling campaign and ran 1 back for a touchdown. Finnegan also had 69 tackles for Tennessee last year. Finnegan is a 4 year pro out of Samford. Linebacker Stephen Tulloch had 77 tackles last year to rank 2nd on the team including 1 sack.
Tulloch is a 4 year pro out of North Carolina State. Linebacker David Thornton completes one of the top units in the game. Thornton had 78 tackles last year including 6 for a loss. He is an 8 year pro out of North Carolina. A key loss, however, is that of defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth who is now with the Washington Redskins.
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