Ryan Fitzpatrick (30-of-42 for 320 yards with 2 touchdowns)
Justin Hunter (6 receptions for 109 yards with 1 touchdown)
Kendall Wright (6 receptions for 103 yards with game-winning 10-yard touchdown)
Rob Bironas (3-for-3, long of 33 yards)
Introducing the Teen Titans: Kendall Wright (#13) and Justin Hunter (#15) each had more than 100 yards receiving and a touchdown reception. Hunter had a boneheaded unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that cost this team 15 yards.
Guess what? Unlike Britt, Hunter went out and dominated the second half. That included a 54-yard touchdown reception.The Titans have a couple very good wide receivers. They just need someone who can consistently get them the football. Speaking of which…
If Fitzpatrick keeps playing at this level, then no one can blame any losses on the Jake Locker injury. Known as a fourth quarter choke artist, Fitzpatrick came through when the Titans needed it. He completed more than 70 percent of his passes. He threw zero interceptions.
Bironas made all three of his field-goal attempts. The Titans didn’t capitalize on their red-zone opportunities. Such inefficiency will cost them against better competition. Step it up against Indianapolis.