NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Coming out of the win that got the Titans to 4-4, the biggest topic of conversation has been the ill-fated fake field goal in the fourth quarter. Mike Vrabel wanted to put the game away when a field goal would have put his team up 7 points and all but assured nothing worse than overtime.VrabelOfficialsBucs

One thing that struck me about his explanation was his reliance on how that play functioned in practice.

After the game, Vrabel said: "We want to go win the football game. Understand that we practice, and we study, we get looks, and we feel very confident in the look that we’re going to get. They made a play, we didn’t, just like when we made a play at the end of the game when it was fourth-and-1.”

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