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The Tennessee Titans are fighting to make sure they make the playoffs, as they hold a 7-7 record and are narrowly in first place in the frightfully weak AFC South.
They have lost four games in a row and five of their last seven, and apparently, one thing they have been trying to clean up is costly penalties.
Head coach Mike Vrabel was asked about this at a recent press conference, and while he answered the question with enough class, he also let it be known he didn’t really like the question in the first place.
I love Mike Vrabel for this answer
— Amags (@amagspicks) December 20, 2022
Tennessee’s Week 15 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers was especially painful, as it tied the game with less than a minute left on a quarterback sneak by Ryan Tannehill.
All the Titans needed to do was stop Los Angeles and get the ball back to, at worst, force overtime, but they allowed Justin Herbert to march downfield and set up the game-winning field goal by Cameron Dicker.
The Titans Are In The Danger Zone
With the Jacksonville Jaguars winning over the New York Jets on Thursday, they have moved to within half a game of Tennessee in the standings.
That means the pressure is getting tight for Tannehill and company.
They will have a very winnable game on Saturday against the Houston Texans, but they will then host the Dallas Cowboys next Thursday, meaning they will have a short week of rest and preparation.
After that, the Titans will conclude the regular season at the Jaguars in a game that could very well decide not only the division, but which of the two squads makes the playoffs.
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