Another highly anticipated Tennessee Titans season is right around the corner.
The Titans were handed a resounding loss on Thursday going down to the Colts 34-17. Things were looking great in the beginning of the season when the team started out 5-0 but now things don’t seem as rosy, even though they are still on top of the division at 6-3 things are looking rough, and the road to the playoffs isn’t going to get easier.
The Titans lost their matchup Sunday despite the offense looking strong and able to move the ball effectively. The teams’ defense and special teams continue to be weak points and areas of concern for the Titans.
The Titans came up short on Sunday, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24. In their first loss of the season, the team showed that some weaknesses still remain, and the offense was unable to overcome the differential put up by Big Ben and the Steelers.
The Titans won in stunning fashion, taking home the W and outscoring the Houston Texans 42-36. The Titans continue to offer up exciting games and show no signs of being slowed down by recent events or lack of practice time.
After a week and a half dealing with COVID and not being able to practice, the Titans came out strong against the Bills and shocked
Due to some technical difficulties, last weeks’ recap was unable to be posted, so here is a brief summary. The Titans beat the Jaguars 33-30,
Though it wasn’t the cleanest victory ever, the Titans came out on top Monday night vs the Denver Broncos with Derrick Henry leading the way and Gostkowski struggling early on.
Well, yet another week of football in the books, and yet another puzzling look at the Titans. It seems like all the pieces are there, they just haven’t figured out how to get them to all fit together and work properly. A couple of poor decisions and miscues leave the team standing at 4-5 for the season.
Things aren’t looking good for the Tennessee Titans right now, as the team can’t seem to right the sinking ship.