Titans are wasting a special defense
Even with the offense showing zero signs of life in Week 6, the Titans defense still managed to put out an elite effort and only allowed a single touchdown to the Broncos, and just 16 points in total.
Through six games, the Titans offense has yet to allow more than 20 points against any opponent.
A defense putting out a consistently elite effort like this on a weekly basis should be a recipe for success, but Tennessee has found a way to spoil it. The offense is scoring an abysmal 16.3 points per game and failed to muster up a single point in Week 6.
In fact, one of the best scoring chances the Titans had against the Broncos was because of an interception by safety Kevin Byard.
Right now, the Titans’ best offense is their defense, and you simply can’t win games like that. If the Titans were even semi-competent on offense, this team would have a winning record.
As I’ve said all along, this Titans defense is a championship-caliber group, and so far that has held true. The problem is that the offense is one of the worst in the NFL and can’t so much as complement it.