Loser: Titans passing attack
It’s hard to blame just one guy for the ineptitude of the Titans’ passing attack, so we’re going to group it altogether. The offensive line wasn’t great in pass protection, the wide receivers weren’t able to get open, and Ryan Tannehill himself made some mistakes that could have proven costly.
In total, Tannehill threw for 72 yards and barely completed over 50 percent of his passes. Titans wide receivers combined for two catches for 10 yards, and tight end Anthony Firkser was the leading pass-catcher with 23 yards.
Thankfully, a combination of Henry and the Titans’ defense was able to bail Tannehill and Co. out for most of the night. If the Titans want to make a run in the playoffs, they must do better throwing the football, plain and simple.
While there was more negative than positive here, it must be said that Tannehill was able to make two big completions to Firkser in this game, one of which went for a touchdown, and the other occurred late in the fourth quarter to move the chains and milk the clock.