There’s only so much news and analysis that we can disseminate to the readers on TitanSized. There are always noteworthy tidbits/nuggets of information about the Titans that don’t make it into our posts but should be noted. This is why we try to bring those bits of information at the end of the week in this article.
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Here’s what you may have missed.
- The Titans-Colts injury report is a bit lopsided…
- The Titans are going to get a lot of pressure on Andrew Luck this Sunday
- Rishard Matthews is an unusual stretcher
- Marcus Mariota was mic’d up last Sunday and it’s fun to watch
- PFF LOVES Taylor Lewan and Jack Conklin
- Every single Titans fan should have read this article already, but if you haven’t please do so now
The Colts will be severely undermanned for this matchup, while the Titans are nearly at full strength. That should tilt the outcome in favor of Tennessee, but these division battles are always tight. That said, with Jack Mewhort out and the Colts giving up so much pressure while the Titans create a ton of it, the defense is set up to have a good performance and limit Luck.
The Tennessee offensive line has gone above and beyond this year. They were such a liability last year, but have turned it around in fantastic fashion. PFF and other grading sites have the Titans offensive line as WELL above average. They’ve been the key to our offensive success and will continue to be.
We know how poor Mariota was for the first four weeks and we know how good he’s been over the last two. A good amount of his stellar play these past two game can be attributed to the coaching staff creating a much more suitable offensive gameplan. The article in the last link details the reasons for the improvement much better than I ever could, but it goes to show that Mike Mularkey and Terry Robiskie aren’t just stuck in their ways like Ken Whisenhunt was. They’ve made adjustments to maximize every offensive player. Let’s hope it continues for the rest of the season.