Titans pass rush success. It might not have looked like it, but the Tennessee Titans had a good game disrupting the quarterback in Week 1. Now, every fan wants their team to lead the NFL in sacks and be feared across the league, but that isn’t how every defense is built.
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Titans running back Derrick Henry closed the 2019 season on a hot streak and he picked up where he left off in the team’s opener against the Broncos. Henry posted at least 100 rushing yards for the eighth time in his last 10 games and he did it while getting the ball 31 times over [more]
The Tennessee Titans made it official, signing free agent outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney to a one-year, $15 million deal last Sunday. It’s an addition to an already solid defense that only makes them better.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Tennessee Titans escaped from Denver with a narrow 16-14 victory late Monday night. The Titans were able to move the ball downfield, but the offense looked out of sync most of the night.
The team that was just one win away from punching its ticket to the Super Bowl last season recently landed a dominant pass-rusher, and their head coach already appears to have a plan for how to utilize his new toy.