Tennessee Titans losers in week 10 loss to Colts

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Tennessee Titans punter Trevor Daniel (12) has his punt blocked and returned for a touchdown during the third quarter at Nissan Stadium Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020 in Nashville, Tenn.

Which Titans hurt the team?

The Tennessee Titans lost to the Indianapolis Colts this past Thursday in the first divisional game between the two this season. Some Titans players played great, but there are some real losers after this game.

The Tennessee Titans went scoreless in the second half of the Thursday nights game, as they were up 17-13 at the midway point of the game. The first half of the game looked like a changed Titans team, or even better, they looked like the team that we thought we would see after the Buffalo Bills game.

It even looked like the defense was going to be…well not terrible, and there were some huge plays early in the game that were inspiring from guys like Rashaan Evans and Jadeveon Clowney even though if you looked hard enough, you could see the Titans schematic holes that might come back to bite them later…

Even the offense was catching fire in the first half, as Offensive Coordinator, Arthur Smith was running plays we have not seen before this season. I mean, talk about innovation, how about the touchdown to start the game where a fake to Derrick Henry led to a touchdown pass to D’Onta Foreman who line up at fullback.

Even with the great first half, the Titans just could not carry it over into the second half of the game. The second half gave us plenty of losers to talk about, so let’s get right to it.

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