Found November 14, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
Last week: 27 (+3) Record: 4-6 What a weird two weeks for the Titans. First they get blown out in a game that wasn’t as bad as the final score. Then they blown out the Dolphins in a game that wasn’t as bad as the final score. Much like the Bears did to them, they were able to blow on the Dolphins thanks to dominating the turnover battle and were able to put up 37 points despite just 9 completions. That’s the just 18th time a team has had that few completions while putting up that many points since 1989. Meanwhile, teams they score 28 or more points as dogs despite 300 or fewer yards, like the Titans last week, go 43-64 ATS in their next game. The Titans better watch out after the bye. Studs QB Jake Locker: 9 of 21 for 122 yards and 2 touchdowns, 4 throw aways, 2 drops, 99.9 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 7 of 26 drop backs (1 sack, 1 scramble, 1 of 5, 1 touchdown, 1 throw away), rushed for 36 yards on 4 attempts RB Chris Johnson: Rushed for 126 yards (50 after contact) and a touch...
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