Since the hiring of Jon Robinson, we have seen vast improvement on this Titans team across the board. I thought we could look at some of the milestones that this team hadn’t reached in a few years.
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Win 2 games in a row.
I know this really doesn’t seem like that big of a deal, but when your team finishes 2-14 one year and 3-13 the next, it’s hard not to be happy about it. Leading up to a match up with the Cleveland Browns, reports brought up the subject to Mike Mularkey in his press conferences. He tried to downplay it, but he couldn’t resist mentioning that winning two games in a row had never happened in his time here.
Titans are .500 and it’s not a 1-1 record.
The last two years, the Tennessee Titans have won the season opening games, but after that they were hard pressed to find anymore wins. As mentioned above: 2-14, then 3-13. At this point the team is 3-3. That may not seem like a very big deal to long time fans as it seemed we were always around this point in the Jeff Fisher era, but we haven’t had a record this good since back when Mike Munchak was in charge.
Another 100 yard rusher.
The Titans hadn’t had a 100 yard rusher since Chris Johnson back in December of 2013. The team made a great trade with the Philadelphia Eagles during the offseason to bring DeMarco Murray in, and finally put an end to that. Through the first six games Murray has two such games. He also has had a 95 yard game and an 89 yard game.
Overall I believe the team is slowly working its way back into relativity. The team currently sits at second in the division with plenty more favorable matchups down the road. I want to blame the 2 year disasters on young players in a complex system and talent deficiency. The team still has some holes to fill, but with two first round draft picks and plenty of cap space for next years free agency, look for this Titans team to be real contenders in the next few years.