"“The pesky Titans — who refuse to stop grinding, despite an injury-riddled start to the season — are getting healthier. Sure, it was another nail-biter. But that was also a top-shelf team Tennessee bested Sunday. At 2-0 in the AFC South, with a road win against the division favorite, the Titans are positioned nicely in the wake of Sunday’s defensive slugfest. That said, beating the Jags hasn’t been the issue for this group; beating the rest of the AFC elite has. Throwing for 100 yards per week might also be considered problematic.”"
So this is weird, because there is some good info in here but the ranking doesn’t reflect the analysis. The analysis broken down says this:
-Despite injuries the Titans keep winning game.
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-The Titans beat a top-shelf team.
-Tennessee is 2-0 in the AFC South and just beat the division favorite on the road.
-The Titans are positioned nicely in their division (at the top) after that win.
-Throwing for a 100 yards is not a good thing.
So four things that say the Titans should be drawing rave reviews, and then they are criticized because their QB got knocked out of the game with a concussion and then Mariota came in and took what the defense gave him?
Would you rather have a 250 yard game in a loss or a 100 yard game in a win where every completion and QB run moved the drive forward without the fluff yards that some QBs get?
I don’t know it seems like he made a really strong case for why the Titans should be considered a top-10 team and then looked at how far he would have to move them up to make that happen and then just decided to only move them up a few ticks.