Which groups looks best for the Tennessee Titans during Sunday’s AFC South win.
Whew. After a grim week full of injuries, bad news, and even losing a key piece of the offense on Saturday night, the Tennessee Titans came away with a win.
No one is going to accuse this game of being pretty, but if you hear someone say that it wasn’t well coached (at least in the macro view) then they don’t know what they are talking about.
Matt LaFleur showed why the Titans considered him for a HC job, pulling out the wildcat formation to move the ball on the 2nd drive of the game. When he felt that had run its course, he put Gabbert back at QB.
Whether it was an alert on the sideline or just the veteran QB himself, the Titans checked out of a play at the LOS and into a screen pass that went 30-yards for a touchdown to Taywan Taylor.
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In this game, it felt like offense was in perfect balance. I don’t mean run/pass balance, I mean everyone was used how they should have been and not more or less. Sure the Titans ran the ball a lot (34 rushes to just 20 passes) but that is what common sense said to do.
Henry carried the load when the Titans needed steady runs to stay on top, and when Tennessee was behind they relied on the explosion of Dion Lewis as an inside runner.
Easy completions, screens, quick passes vs off coverage, and MOF passes were 90% of the Titans offense knowing Gabbert’s limitations.
So, with that overview, lets get into a breakdown of every position group and grade them.