At least they didn't give up 300 passing yards. That's a small consolation for the Tennessee Titans, who fell to 0-3 after losing to the New York Jets 24-17 in a contest that started off badly and ended even worse. Now in sole possession of last place in the AFC South- Tennessee faces the near impossible task of even making the playoffs- much less making a run at the Super Bowl. Not at all what was expected from the Titans, who had pre-season aspirations of redeeming their truncated playoff run from the 2008 season. Instead, the Titans are looking at a defensive backfield that is in disarray, a passing game that is falling off, and a supposed 1-2 punch in the running game that is turning out to be little more than a jab. As good as Chris Johnson is,áhe can't win games all by himself. Ask ...
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