Trejean in Nashville: “What kind of impacts do you think
MIKE KEITH: George has been exactly what the Titans had hoped this season — a back-up safety who could fill-in as a starter, a special teams’ standout and a leader in the locker room. George is one of the most impressive people that I have ever encountered with the team. He is one of the big reasons that this team is still playing hard down the stretch.
Boyce in Columbia: “Why were the Titans players not introduced individually before the Arizona game?”
MIKE KEITH: It was simply a team decision to bring the players out as a group. No special rationale.
Albert in Nashville: “Do you see the Titans re-signing
MIKE KEITH: Obviously, the money and the length of contract would be the determining factors on both sides. But I’m cautiously optimistic that Pollard is back in 2014.
Matthew in Fayetteville: “Will the Titans draft a quarterback or keep
MIKE KEITH: Unless something changes, Jake Locker is going to be the Titans quarterback in 2014. I do think that the team will look to strengthen the position, in large part because of Locker’s injury history. Locker proved that he could play in 2013, but now must prove that he can play 16 games.
Michael in Goodlettsville: “With "Ice Bowl" games in Green Bay, and the 1982 AFC Championship game between the Chargers vs. Cincinnati, who in their right mind thought a night time, outdoor Super Bowl in N.Y./N.J. would actually be a good idea? Can you imagine what FEBRUARY will bring on Super Bowl Sunday? Indianapolis, Detroit and, soon, Minneapolis all make far more sense. If there can be a Super Bowl in N.Y./N.J., why shouldn't Nashville place a bid in the future for a Super Bowl?”
MIKE KEITH: After the November and December weather that we have had in the United States, many people are again asking your question, Michael. I think that Super Bowls should be played in sites (outdoor or indoor) where the weather’s impact can be lessened as much as possible. I admire the work of the Weather Channel, but I’m not interested in their input on a Super Bowl pre-game show — unless their anchors are picking the game.
Deandre in Woodbridge, Va.: “What do you think is more important for the Titans to draft this year in round one, a tight end, or a tight end? (lol just kidding the other choice is middle linebacker.)”
MIKE KEITH: Deandre, pretty funny stuff.
Offensive tackle, defensive end and linebacker (in no particular order) would rank at the top of my list.