Titans vs. Seahawks: Studs, Duds, Grades & Reaction for Tennessee

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Titans vs. Seahawks: Studs, Duds, Grades & Reaction for Tennessee

Oct 13, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak reacts during the game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The downslide continues.

The Tennessee Titans returned to .500 following a 20-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. After a 3-1 start with Jake Locker, Fitzpatrick has had little-to-no success with leading the offense. Fitzpatrick added two more interceptions to his season total. Locker went four games without throwing one.

For the Titans, it was a winnable game where they left plenty of plays on the field. To be fair, the Seahawks defense left plenty of plays that could’ve turned this into a blowout situation. Fitzpatrick could’ve easily thrown five interceptions here.

Let’s check out some of the Titans’ studs and duds from this Week 6 matchup. We’ll conclude with a grade for the pass offense, run offense, pass defense, run defense and special teams.

Lots of duds from this contest. We’ll need a second ‘duds’ page to name them all. That doesn’t mean there weren’t some players who deserve recognition for quality performances.


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  • Modesto Koczwara

    We made The Seahawk’s crowd non-existented for almost the whole game and the best part about that whole game is we shown that are defense is no joke. It would be silly not to re-sign Greg Williams in the off season!

    • Joshua Huffman

      This brings up the hypothetical: if someone offers Williams a DC job, do Titans keep Williams and fire Gray?

      • Modesto Koczwara

        I think it would be in The Titans best interest to fire Gray if there is an opening for a DC job because we already know what Gray tried to do and failed..

      • Modesto Koczwara

        Wow, I never knew Jerry Gray was the DB coach for The Titans their glory days! The whole problem with Jerry Gray being the DC is I think he either tried to stay old school or bite off more than he can chew.

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