Bill Barnwell ranks the Titans offense 14th in the NFL Bill Barnwell of ESPN ranked

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Bill Barnwell ranks the Titans offense 14th in the NFL Bill Barnwell of ESPN ranked

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Before you get all fired up about this http://www.titansauthorizedshops.com/authentic-brett-kern-jersey , make sure you read his criteria. It is based off of skill talent, not including the quarterback, and more heavily weighted towards the receiver position. That is why it is almost acceptable to have the Browns ranked one spot higher than the Titans. Cleveland has a pretty impressive wide receiver group with the addition of Jarvis Landry to Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman. Sure, there are a lot of questions there, but man is the ceiling high for them.Anyway, here is what Barnwell had to say about the Titans (with a GOAT video game reference):I will leave this with what I say about every ranking like this that comes out....I cannot wait to see where the Titans are on this list next year. I guarantee you they will be in the top 10 because Davis is going to establish himself as a #1 receiver, and that is going to be really fun to watch.Recap: Bills beat Titans with game winning field goal as time expires It was the classic trap game for the Titans. A week after beating the Super Bowl champion Eagles, they lose to the Buffalo Bills on the road. Here’s how it happened.Taywan Taylor got the Bills off to a fast start with a fumble on the Titans’ opening drive. The turnover set up Josh Allen in Tennessee territory, who quickly finished the drive off with a scramble into the endzone to give Buffalo a 7-0 lead. After trading punts Tajae Sharpe Jersey , it was a Nick Williams punt return that flipped the field for the Titans. Marcus Mariota and the offense wasn’t able to capitalize, but they were able to add three points and cut into the Bills’ lead. Image
On the next possession, Marcus Mariota tossed an interception. It was a quick slant to Nick Williams, but the defender won inside leverage and was able to make the play. However, the Titans’ defense stood tall, forcing a field goal attempt. Thankfully for the Titans, the Bills botched the hold, giving the Titans the ball back with the score still at 7-3.Ryan Succop was able to hit a long field goal before half to cut the lead to 7-6.The mistakes continued for the Titans in the second half. Dion Lewis fumbled, giving the Bills a chance to extend their lead late in the third quarter. Josh Allen was unable to move the ball Authentic Ryan Succop Jersey , however, forcing the Bills to add a field goal to their lead. It was a 10-6 game with two minutes left in the third quarter.Finally, the Titans starting moving the football. Mariota found Tajae Sharpe for some key conversions on third down, keeping the sticks moving to begin the 4th quarter. Mariota converted a key 3rd and four with a hurdle, then appeared to throw a touchdown to Nick Williams — who dropped it as he entered the endzone.The Titans settled for another field goal, bringing the score to 10-9 with 11 minutes to play.Tennessee needed a play defensively, and they got one from Adoree’ Jackson, who picked off a tipped ball from Josh Allen. Derrick Henry ripped off 15 yards to get into Buffalo territory, but the drive stalled quickly after that. Mariota fumbled out of bounds on 3rd and eight Youth Quinton Spain Jersey , bringing out Ryan Succop one more time. Succop hit from 50 yards out, giving the Titans a lead for the first time all day. Somehow, some way, the Titans led 12-10 with under four minutes to play.The Bills were far from done though. LeSean McCoy earned 15 yards to start Buffalo’s drive, then Chris Ivory pushed the ball into Tennessee territory. Ivory picked up another chunk, which brought the Bills into field goal range once again.The clock was on the run and the Titans were out of timeouts. The game came down to a Steven Hauschka field goal attempt, which he nailed from 46. The Bills upset the Titans 13-12, in the classic letdown spot game. The 3-2 Titans will return to action next week against the Ravens.

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