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Saints pass Bengals as the last NFL team to score 60 points in game


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The Cincinnati Bengals under head coach Sam Wyche were the last NFL team to score 60 points in a game.

That happened in Week 15 in 1989, as Cincinnati demolished the Houston Oilers at Riverfront Stadium, 61-7.

This past Sunday night, the New Orleans Saints derailed the Indianapolis Colts 62-7. So the Bengals have to share the honor with the Saints.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & NFL news

Former wide receiver Hill dies at 54

Drew Hill (file photo)

Former NFL wide receiver Drew Hill died recently at age 54.

Hill was an integral part of the Houston Oilers “Run and Shoot” offense of the 1980′s.

Hill’s management company said that he died due to compilcations after suffering two strokes.

The Houston Oilers are now the Tennessee Titans.

compiled from staff, Tennessee Titans, Radio & TV news

Munchak replaces Fisher at Tennessee

Mike Munchak (file photo)

The Tennessee Titans have hired Mike Munchak as the team’s 16th head coach to replace the popular Jeff Fisher.

Owner Bud Adams says it was a special day for the Titans as Munchak becomes the first former player to coach the team.

This will be the first head coaching job for Munchak who is 50 years old.

The Oilers/Titans are the only team that the former offensive lineman and line coach and Hall of Famer has ever played or worked for since beingĀ  selected eighth overall by the then-Houston Oilers in 1982.

compiled from Tennessee Titans news

Titans ownership changes mind, Fisher won’t return

Jeff Fisher (photo by Major Annmarie Daneker via wikipedia commons)

After the recently completed NFL regular-season, the Tennessee Titans announced that head coach Jeff Fisher would be returning for 2011.

But in a mind-boggling, shocking move, the team parted ways with the popular Fisher, the franchise’s coach since 1994, when it was the Houston Oilers.

Fisher, who put in 16 years with the franchise, was on track to coach the final year of his contract and be paid $6.5 million.

There had been a power struggle between controversial quarterback Vince Young and Jeff Fisher when the coach benched him early in the season.

After the season, Titans owner Bud Adams said he was on Fisher’s side, but changed his mind this week.

Fisher, a USC alumnus and former NFL player, was promoted from defensive coordinator to interim coach with six games left in the 1994 season.

The 52-year-old Fisher, compiled a 147-126 record with the Titans and Oilers including postseason. He won four division titles and made the playoffs six times. His 1999 team, led by the late Steve McNair at quarterback, lost to the St. Louis Rams in the Super Bowl.

Fisher has coached more NFL games for one franchise than all but six Hall of Fame coaches: George Halas, Tom Landry, Don Shula, Chuck Noll, Curly Lambeau and Bud Grant. He ranks third among active coaches in career wins, behind only Bill Belichick (176) and Mike Shanahan (160) and he is 20th all-time in coaching wins.

compiled from NFL reports & Tennessee Titans news

Tennessee Titans take a chance on Randy Moss

The 2010 NFL season has been one of trials and tribulations for wide receiver Randy Moss.

He has gone from Foxboro, Massachusetts (Patriots), to Minneapolis, Minnesota (Vikings) and now to the home of country music and the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tennessee.

Randy Moss on the move again (file photo)

The Tennessee Titans have claimed Randy Moss off of waivers because they didn’t want to take any risks with receiver Kenny Britt missing at least one game due to an injured right hamstring.

When Tennessee was the Houston Oilers, they passed on drafting Moss in 1998 because of concerns about his character.

The Titans, who are 5-3, are a half-game back in the AFC South with five division games left.

Head coach Jeff Fisher says that Moss gives their offense a huge upgrade.

The Minnesota Vikings decided to cut Moss on Monday, after less than a month in his second stint with the NFC North team.

compiled from staff, NFL & Tennessee Titans news

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