Bringing you the best bits of news or information about the Tennessee Titans that have circulated around the internet during Week 8.
The Tennessee Titans are in the midst of their bye week, which usually sucks as a fan, but considering the way the Titans have been playing, I’m personally fine with taking a week off from watching them. They are coming off an abysmal win against the Cleveland Browns and have many things to fix during the week off.
While they’re off, let’s check on the most important news stories regarding the team over the past week.
- As Jim Wyatt notes, Kevin Byard has been the Titans’ most consistent player this season
- Taylor Lewan is a bad, bad man
- Ryan Succop is so clutch it’s not even a joke anymore
- Rookie Jayon Brown might be the most entertaining/dance-happy Titan right now
- The Titans lead the NFL with nine rushing touchdowns
Those nine rushing scores are great and all, but the Titans also rank second-to-last in passing touchdowns. They can’t keep settling for field goals and expect to keep squeaking by with more wins. The whole offense needs to get better.
If you’ve never seen rookie LB Jayon Brown dancing around a practice or game field, make sure to do so. In addition to being an adept cover linebacker, Brown can break it down with dance moves as well as anyone. It’s also hilarious sometimes.
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Ryan Succop’s game-winner marked his 55th-consecutive field goal made from under 50 yards. He continues to set new benchmarks for the record he broke on Monday Night Football in Week 6. Going from the legendary Rob Bironas to Succop is a transition that should not be taken for granted by Titans fans.
Rookie sensation Myles Garrett was non-existent on Sunday because Taylor Lewan is amazing and has become arguably the best left tackle in all of football.
What else can be said about Kevin Byard? Following a very impressive rookie season in which he was forced into a more in the box role, Byard has flourished in his second year in the NFL while being given more responsibility on defense. Byard still plays often and excels in the box, but he’s been given more free reign to make plays in coverage, and he has responded with four interceptions over the last four weeks. He’s also played every single potential defensive snap for the Titans. What a draft pick by GM Jon Robinson.