Titans stock report Derrick Henry, defense up, while Cairo Santos, O line, are losing

Titans stock report Derrick Henry, defense up, while Cairo Santos, O line, are losing

So many untapped opportunities and self-inflicted mistakes were added to the 14-7 bills, which agree for a team that drops to 2-3 and returns on Sunday (15:25, CBS) in Denver.

If you're looking for a particularly dirty reason for Sunday's optimism for the Titans, there's always the ball's defensive side. It doesn't matter what happens offensively, but the defense of the Titans plays well enough to win. The Titans have not promised more than 20 points in any game this season, which is a drug for a team that has lost three out of five games. The Titans have doubts. But good protection helps. If you can prevent the opposition from being beaten, you have the opportunity to beat someone.

Returning Derrick Henry had only 3.9 yards of load capacity on Sunday, but in the afternoon, when the Titans attack line was crossed, the fact that Henry was still chasing 78 yards and landing (and another penalty canceled) showed. how special he can be. Henry has run at least 75 yards out of the Titans' five games due to a foul that has struggled this season. And they haven't had light shipyards either. Sunday's 24-yard run was the longest of his season.

Sunday wasn't even the best day for Brett Kern, and it was still very good. He averaged 49.7 billion pounds and net 49.3 yards. Not sure if the Titans would trade this type of NFL stab.

So far, it hasn't hurt the Titans because they haven't been injured by regular batsman Ryan Succop. But boy, it went that way on Sunday. Santos was missing a nightmare of the day because he lacked four gates, including one that was blocked. You have to think that Succop has everything now, but is sure that he will get his job back when he is released from a damaged reserve.

Bill's defense dominated the front, and the discrepancy that shaped the whole game saw the bags, the main penalties, and the Titans lacked a consistent running game. For the Titans, this offensive line performance was particularly disappointing as it returned from Taylor Lewan's first game after a suspension and after an encouraging outing in Atlanta last week.

The penalty imposed by Lewan canceled Delanie Walker's 26-yard catch in the first stroke of the game and Jonnu Smith broke 57 yards from the second half. It was basically based on the use of the narrow ends of the titans in this game. Walker had harvested 10 yards early, and then he hadn't heard again. He's been missing this crime late, and Walker is too good for that. Given that no Titan player earned more than Adam Humphries' four catches (for 30 yards), narrow ends would certainly help more in this regard.

Just pointing out that a lot of Bills fans were at Nissan Stadium on Sunday. It should be discouraging if you are the Titans, but then again we should definitely note that the Titans have scored 24 points in two home games and are 0-2.

So many untapped opportunities and self-inflicted mistakes were added to the 14-7 bills, which agree for a team that drops to 2-3 and returns on Sunday (15:25, CBS) in Denver.

If you're looking for a particularly dirty reason for Sunday's optimism for the Titans, there's always the ball's defensive side. It doesn't matter what happens offensively, but the defense of the Titans plays well enough to win. The Titans have not promised more than 20 points in any game this season, which is a drug for a team that has lost three out of five games. The Titans have doubts. But good protection helps. If you can prevent the opposition from being beaten, you have the opportunity to beat someone.

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