NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Too many times it’s been a risky deal to cast something that unfolds for the Tennessee Titans as a potentially pivotal, transformative moment.

But we have our latest entry:

Sunday evening the Chargers twice scored a go-ahead touchdown that was overturned as short by replay, then the Titans made a huge goal-line play when Melvin Gordon tried to run it in, Wesley Woodyard stripped him and Jurrell Casey gathered the football with 15 seconds left on the clock.WoodyardChargers

“It better be (that moment),” Casey said. “It better be. That’s all we can hope for right now, that this gets us going, gets us on the right groove.”

“You would definitely hope so,” said Kevin Byard, who caught a first-down pass from Brett Kern on a fake punt.

“Wouldn’t it be great?” Taylor Lewan asked of such a scenario after it improbably preserved a 23-20 win for the Titans, boosting their record to 3-4. “This is one win. We have to do a lot better in a lot of different areas. There are still yards out there for runs, there are still protection things we’ve got to get better.

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