Still On Top

Another week, another win for the Tennessee Titans. We beat the Baltimore Ravens 23-20. All I can say is, shoutout to the defense!! They picked off Flacco twice and held four rushers to a total of 73 yards. Kevin Byard, the NFL leader in interceptions, continued his hot streak getting those two picks. Now to be honest, the offense was mediocre and continues to confuse me. First off, we didn’t do what we do best: RUN THE BALL. We were absent of a run game for the majority of the game and only totaled 71 yards. Secondly, the inconsistency on offense, between the 2 halves, have to be corrected. We played great first half, resulting in 16 points. However, we came out in the second half flat and only scored one TD. This is the opposite of what the Titans offense has been all year. We’ve been a slow, grinding offense that tires teams out first half and then break out second half. That’s the confusing part. We’re a one half team on offense and don’t know which half we’ll be clicking. Despite the trash second half, there were some bright spots for the offense: We finally improved in the redzone, Mariota/Davis/Walker/Cyprien all looked healthy, and the offense did look good on their final drive to put the game away. We have things to work on but we have enough to get the dub this week. This team is still promising. We have the talent and we’re putting it together. We’re still on top of the AFC South and we’re trending upwards. #TitanUp


Return of the Titans

Its back to work this week for Titans. The squad is coming off of a bye week. This time off came at the right time and has allowed Marcus Mariota, Corey Davis, and Johnathan Cyprien to get healthy. The boys will face off against the Baltimore Ravens today at 1pm. The Ravens are coming off a dominant 40-0 win against the Dolphins last week. However, they have struggled offensively all season. On the other hand, their defense has been top tier. The Titans passing offense and defense have both been middle of the road this season, but the return of a healthy Mariota, Davis, and Cyprien could jump start these units. This is a huge game for both teams, because this game can have major, future playoff implications for both teams. I believe the Ravens offense will be too anemic to keep up with the ground and pound run style of the Titans. The Ravens thrive off turnovers and the Titans do not turn the ball over often. How do you think this game will play out?


After 2 straight weeks of impressive wins and performances, the Titans and Redskins dropped the ball this week.

The Titans stomped the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2 and the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3. The Titans looked poised to continue their success against their division rivals, the Houston Texans in Week 4. The Titans have struggled against the Texans for 4 straight seasons, but this year looked to be the of that era. However, rookie QB Deshaun Watson shredded the Titans defense for 57 POINTS!! The final score was 57-14

The Redskins played the Kansas City Chiefs for primetime Monday night football. The Redskins having been impressive. the last 2 weeks, with wins over the Rams and Raiders, but no one gave them a shot at beating the undefeated Chiefs. Everyone was right about them not winning, but were surprised at how well they played. Redskin’s QB Kirk Cousins threw a perfect, game winning TD pass to WR Josh Doctson but he couldn’t manage to hang out to it. Chiefs pulled out the W with a score 29-20

The Titans play the Dolphins next week. The Redskins play the 49ers next week. Do you think these teams will bounce back?!