Blu3 World Order - Titans

Titans Take Five To Orlando, Possibly Three More as Alternates, And Sundays Big Win

By: Brendan Smart (@Bsmart21)

Four degrees, that was the story at kickoff. Tennessee Titans Quarterback, Marcus Mariota's, first “cold game,” seemed to have an impact on his game, but after a few drives, he, along with the team, adjusted well and continued their journey towards the playoffs.

Following two big turnovers, the Titans rushing attack, along with its iron curtain, kept the Kansas City Chiefs at bay after a quick 14-0 start. Rookie Running Back, Derrick Henry, has been outstanding following up Demarco Murray, and he didn't stop Sunday. Henry had his second multi touchdown game of his career. Former Kansas City Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop, drilled to field goals, but had never hit a game winner as a Titan. That all changed Sunday as Succop forgot all of his fundementals to drive a 54 yard field goal as time expired through the hearts of Chiefs fans around the nation.

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Titans Continue Putting the Finishing Touches to An Outstanding 2016 Run

By: Brendan Smart (@Bsmart21) 

Take a trip with me, back to training camp, and the questions swirling around this team. How many wins will they get? Will they even improve? Derrick Henry should start at running back, right? How we were all wrong, this team is competing for a playoff spot and the Titans beat the defending Super Bowl Champions on Sunday.

Two wins, that's who the Titans were in 2015, mediocre players starting, but the centerpiece in place. A year later, the Titans are playing in meaningful December games, and are not disappointing. Following being named AFC Offensive Player of the Month, Quarterback Marcus Mariota followed the bye week up with one of his worst games ever, but “we scored enough to win” Mariota said following Sundays game. Mariota was 8/20 for 80 yards, but the defense held the Denver Broncos from a huge comeback in the second half.

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However the Season Ends, Titans were Successful in 2016

By: Brendan Smart (@BSmart21)

A lot of criticism heading into the 2016-2017 season for the Tennessee Titans. Why bring back head coach Mike Mularkey? Is smashmouth offense right for second year quarterback Marcus Mariota? Why is Demarco Murray starting over rookie running back Derrick Henry?

Mularkey has shut down all criticism and questions pointed in his direction. With the Titans sitting second in the AFC South, who cares how the Titans finish? The Titans, the players, and coaches do. Heading into their bye week following a big win on the road in Chicago, they've set themselves up to be tied for first with a Houston Texans loss in Green Bay Sunday.

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