The Tennessee Titans need to start seeing more of the action like what's in the picture here from their secondary. Particularly from the guy in the Titans uniform. Last season, Tennessee reeled off an impressive string of 10 straight victories to start the season. In that span, they established themselves as one of the top defensive units in the league, averaging 299.3 total yards per game, and holding opposing quarterbacks to just 203 yards passing. Even in their worst game against Green Bay, where they gave up 416 total yards and allowed Aaron Rodgers to put up 314 yards, they managed to outscore their opponent. In fact, during their 10-game streak, they averaged just over 24 points per game, nearly double what they allowed their opponents. This year? Not so much ...
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