What did we learn from the Tennessee Titans’ shutout loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 6?
We all learned some tough, valuable lessons from the Tennessee Titans’ Week 6 loss to the Denver Broncos.
After throwing up an absolute dud in Week 5, somehow the Titans managed to play even worse in Week 6, en route to a shutout loss at the hands of the formerly 1-4 Broncos.
As it stands right now and as much as it pains me to say it, being a Titans fan is embarrassing right now. It’s a harsh, sad reality that we all have to come to grips with.
Let’s not prolong the pain anymore, though. Here’s what we learned from Week 6.
Titans have hit rock bottom
The Titans have scored seven — that’s right, seven — points in their last 10 quarters of play. Tennessee also has more negative yardage plays on offense than any other team in the NFL, which includes teams THAT HAVE NO WINS.
It’s amazing that the Titans have any wins this season with those numbers, but here we are. The Titans might be the worst 2-4 team in the history of the NFL after getting embarrassed by a one-win team in Week 6.
Based on this performance and the decisions he has made this season, head coach Mike Vrabel should officially be on the hot seat.
Welcome to rock bottom.