Young Expects Big Things in 2nd Season

Last year at this time the words used to
describe former Texas standout Vince Young included -- off-target,
potential and rookie.
Now?
Try spectacular, impressive and leader.
The man who led the Longhorns to a national championship, then
became the NFL's offensive rookie of the year goes, into his second
season with high expectations.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher hopes it translates into more wins.
Young says he wants to excel at his game and at his life --
period.
The 24-year-old player says he's getting more mature every day.
Young joined a franchise in full rebuilding mode after going
4-12 the previous season.
He revived a team that started 0-5 by going 8-5 as a starter,
taking the Titans within one game of their first playoff berth
since 2003 with an 8-8 record.