Just big-picture things that are so important to playing that position. The Titans finished the 2008 regular season with a record of 13–3, top seed in the playoffs, and a first round bye.

“I’m ... particular about my shoes,” Garrett admitted in 2002.

He was very even-keeled, on and off the field. He defeated every NFL team except the Miami Dolphins during his career, and threw for over 200 touchdowns. Collins thinks Garrett’s presence should pay immediate dividends for Jones. Ultimately, though, Jones far from a finished product. rssfeed_item_description="on"; That’s all that really matters. [12] The Titans won five straight games with Young as quarterback, and later finished the season 8–8. By the time Garrett left, he was Cross’ favorite teammate. From the moment Garrett strapped on his helmet, until the moment he left in 2004, he always understood that he was there to support Collins during the week and on the sideline, and stay ready in case of emergency. The 22-year-old put that to rest as a rookie, at least for now, as he showed flashes of the sort of quarterback that can lead the Giants for a long time. He attended Lebanon High School, until 1987, when he transferred to Wilson High School in West Lawn, Pennsylvania, and played football, basketball, and baseball for the Wilson Bulldogs.[1]. Here are six things to know about Garrett from his time as a Giants quarterback, and why it makes him the perfect fit as Judge’s offensive coordinator ... 1. Kerry Michael Collins (born December 30, 1972) is a former American football quarterback who played 17 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). Taking it to the House. After his release, Collins did not re-sign with any team and would retire from professional football. In his career, he beat 31 NFL teams; the only team he never beat was the Miami Dolphins, against whom he is 0-5. Zack Rosenblatt may be reached at zrosenblatt@njadvancemedia.com.