Found July 12, 2012 on Total Titans:
After a little series on how the Titans were intercepted in 2011, it's time to look at the defensive side of the ball and how the Titans intercepted the opposing team in 2011.As I noted in that series, interception rates tend to fluctuate a bit. The Titans came out at 3.5%, +0.7% relative to league average in 2008. In 2009, they came out at 3.3%, +0.2% relative to league average. In 2010, they fell a little bit more, to 2.8%, 0.2% less than the league average. And finally, last year. I'm going to defray a broader discussion of last year until part two, which should run tomorrow, and jump straight into the analysis of how the Titans intercepted the other team last year in their first eight games of last year.The normal play breakdown caveats apply. There is available all-22 footage for all of the interceptions in the Titans' first eight games, but I still don't know what the offensive or defensive call was. For these analyses, I'm concentrating on the things I saw...
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