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Tennessee Titans Tackle Ravens in Nashville

By: Brendan Smart (@bsmart21)

The Tennessee Titans headed into Sunday's match up verses the Baltimore Ravens looking to show the league their full potential.
First Quarter:

Offense:
The Tennessee Titans opened the game with a beautiful play action pass from Marcus Mariota to Rishard Matthews for 29 yards. But it seems that a lot of the Titans drives have stalled out just like their first one against the Ravens. A five play drive that ended in three Ryan Succop points. Back-to-back screen plays to Delanie Walker that was a gain of seven, but was pulled back on an Eric Decker “block in the back” penalty. Then, the other screen to Taywan Taylor went for a loss of four yards. The Titans offense sputtered, and that 4 play drive ended in a punt. The Titans offense on their second drive came out firing. Mariota had full command of the offense on a three play 46 yard drive that ended in six.
Defense:
A quick third and eight was quickly diagnosed by Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco on a 13-yard pass to Benjamin Watson up the middle. Then, a 14 yard run by Alex Collins gave the Ravens hope. Then on a fourth and seven, the Ravens pulled a fake punt, and converted. Following the fake punt Titans defensive front seven seemed to come to life with their backs against the wall. The Ravens first drive went 12 plays for 49 yards. The Titans defense entered the field on the Ravens 20-yard line, but after a play action pass from Flacco to Breshad Perrian, the Titans safety Kevin Byard had his fifth interception on the season.

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Tennessee Titans Looking To Break A Five Year Streak

By: Brendan Smart (@bsmart21)

The Tennessee Titans took care of the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but can they take care of their division in week four.

The Titans and Houston Texans have a heated rivalry stemming from the Titans time in Houston as the Houston Oilers. Then, there was the time former Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson ripped former Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan's helmet off. Since that moment the Titans haven't won on the road against Houston.

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The Tennessee Titans Have a Chance to Back Take Home Field

By: Brendan Smart  (@Bsmart21)

The last five years the Tennessee Titans are 6-16 at home. Mediocre to say the least, but with a new look offense, and a defensive front seven that is starting to find some confidence, the Titans have a chance on Sunday to prove to their fans, along with the NFL that they are back.
The last five years has proven that playing the Seattle Seahawks is no easy task, but this seems to be one of Pete Carrols worst offensive teams, ever. Barely scoring 12 points in San Francisco last week, quarterback Russel Wilson was running like crazy to get passes off. It did not look like the Seahawks of past.

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