Apparently Albert Haynesworth and Keith Bulluck don't know when to leave well enough alone
. The New York Daily News
gleefully featured some post-game comments by the two Titans that, frankly, are laughable in light of Sunday's game.
Sportswriters lust for the opportunity to start a story with a jab like this--"After they had been stunningly manhandled in almost every facet of the
game, the Titans' two defensive leaders said it's clear who the best
team in the AFC is." Fortunately for Daily News
writer Ohm Youngmisuk (yes, we spelled it correctly), Haynesworth and Bulluck provided him with the journalistic equivalent of first-and-goal at the 1-yard line.
Among Bulluck's highlights: "I'm not going to sit here and keep complimenting them at all.... Not to
discredit them (but) I don't think that team is better than us."
Asked who the best team in the AFC is, Haynesworth responded, "I think we are. We just didn't have a good game."
The comments might have been excusable in a 21-17 loss. But 34-13?
Our advice: Keep your mouth shut and settle the issue the next time the teams meet.