The Tennessee Titans came crashing back to earth in Week 7. After a dominant two game win streak, the team played a competitive game against the Colts. But after a fluke play resulting in a defensive touchdown for the Colts, the team came up short. Here is a list of the Good, Bad, and Ugly of this match up.
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•After a few weeks of being relatively quiet, Delanie Walker finally had a big game. He caught seven passes for 84 yards and a touchdown.
• DeMarco Murray had another 100 yard game, recording 107 yards on the ground while also getting into the end zone for the seventh time this year.
• Taylor Lewan caught the first touchdown of his career on a ten yard catch and run.
• The Titans had no pass rush, which is really surprising considering how bad the Colts offensive line has been.
• Marcus Mariota’s accuracy was off again. He missed a bunch of easy throws.
• The Titans went into this game healthy, but the injury bug bit in this one. Perrish Cox had a concussion, Quinton Spain had a knee injury, and Delanie Walker went down for a short time but was able to return.
• The Titans allowed the Colts to recover an onside kick in the second quarter that rolled right past Phillip Supernaw.
• For some reason, Brice McCain was left alone with T.Y. Hilton way too much, even before Perrish Cox went down. Hilton proceeded to have a huge day.
• The penalties were ridiculous. The refs called some highly questionable calls on the Colts, which I guess makes up for the holding calls they clearly missed.
This game was mostly ugly, which means either team could have won if it wasn’t for bad calls and fluke plays. The team will have a rematch in Indy later in the year.