NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Why can’t the Titans draw up something in the red zone to find Eric Decker?

In seven seasons with the Broncos and Jets, Decker was an outstanding red-zone target. Inside the opponent’s 20-yard line, he caught 57 passes for 418 yards and 27 touchdowns.Decker2OAK

Underutilized in Tennessee through seven games, he has two catches in that area, for 10 yards.

Offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie pointed to a play in Cleveland to illustrate how an intention to get the ball to certain people can fail to pan out.

On a second-and-goal from the Cleveland 11 with 1:55 left in the first half, the Titans put three receivers on the field.

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