Breaking down the winners and losers for the Tennessee Titans in their 35-32 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.
It’s been a rough and disappointing season so far for the Tennessee Titans, but this past Sunday may have been the turning point of the season.
The Titans, 4-5 prior to Sunday’s matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs, were coming off of a disappointing loss to the Carolina Panthers last week, and were stuck at the bottom of the AFC South, and on the outside looking in at a wild card berth.
Early on, the Titans fell behind 10-0, and it looked like we were headed towards another week of futility in Nashville. However, the team would bounce back from the second quarter on, en route to a huge upset victory over the Chiefs, a team many people see as a Super Bowl contender.
With the Titans headed into the bye week, this is the type of victory that could galvanize a team for a late-season rally. They still have a tough schedule ahead, but with a week of rest to get some of their injured starters back, this team could be primed for a big last two months of the season.
Here are the winners and losers for Sunday’s victory over the Chiefs.