The Tennessee Titans have a long list of problems, but that might not seem so extreme this week. That’s because the opponent is the Carolina Panthers. The teams meet Sunday afternoon in Nashville, Tenn. The Titans (3-7) have lost three games in a row (all on the road), winning only once since the first day of October. “The attitude is that we all have to do a little bit more,” Titans coach Mike Vrabel said.
The Tennessee Titans and host Jacksonville Jaguars will be eager to put a tally in the win column when they meet Sunday. The Jaguars (6-3) saw their five-game winning streak come to a halt with a 34-3 dismantling by the San Francisco 49ers this past Sunday. Jacksonville surrendered three passing touchdowns to Brock Purdy, while Jaguars’ quarterback Trevor Lawrence tossed a pair of interceptions and was sacked five times. “They want to right the ship,”
Rookie quarterback Will Levis made a stellar first impression and will start for the Tennessee Titans for the second time in five days on Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, Steelers counterpart Kenny Pickett said a rib injury won’t prevent him from answering the bell to kick off Week 9 of the NFL season. He was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice and carries no injury status into the primetime matchup. Tennessee (3-4) took the wrapping
Two teams going in opposite directions collide Sunday when the Atlanta Falcons invade Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans. Desmond Ridder had three red zone fumbles in a thrilling 16-13 road win over Tampa Bay last Sunday, but Atlanta (4-3) has won two of its last three games and is sitting atop the NFC South. Meanwhile, the Titans (2-4) are coming off a bye week after losses to the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens,
There are plenty of sights to see in London. Tennessee defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons isn’t interested in them ahead of the Titans’ Sunday game against the Baltimore Ravens in the English capital. “This is a business trip,” he said. “I haven’t been looking too much at London. My main goal is to go over there and get a win, and hopefully that’s the main goal for everyone. Not just that we’re going out of the
Now that he is practicing for the first time since August, Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor faces the question of whether he will play in the Colts’ AFC South showdown with the visiting Tennessee Titans on Sunday. First-year coach Shane Steichen wouldn’t commit to the idea after the Friday practice, saying of Taylor’s status, “We’ll see.” Taylor missed the first four games of the season recovering from offseason ankle surgery. “When you have an explosive