How did the Tennessee Titans grade out after another win?
It feels like it has been forever since the Tennessee Titans have won three in a row without a bye week in between. In fact, it has been 7 years since that happened.
While that isn’t super relevant, it is interesting that for the first time in a long time it feels like the Titans are on an actual roll and none of their wins include someone like a 2017 Browns team.
So I am probably going to be more impressed with the performance of the group based on the outcome, but that is a part of the grade I guess. Did you do enough to win at your position group?
Offensively, sure there were sacks and some bad runs, but how do you weigh that against the elite protection they had when it mattered most and the huge catch Dion Lewis made? Do you grade on a curve of importance or is it one of those things where you try to say every snap is equal?
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Defensively, sure LeShaun Sims got beaten for a TD against Alshon Jeffery but Logan Ryan did a lights out job all day. Do I penalize the entire position group because backup came in and didn’t shut down one of the best QB/WR combos in the NFL?
These are some of the questions I am facing right now, and while it isn’t super exciting to break down, it gives you some insight if you disagree with my grades.
After the most complete win far and away for this Titans team, how did everyone grade out?