By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The game was about who was going to be left standing at the end. Both teams lost a significant number of starters before and during the contest.

That it was eventually won by the Titans on a goal-line stand was fitting.

Chargers’ RB Melvin Gordon wanted more carries leading into this week, but those touches resulted in very little and ended up costing his team the win.


Gordon held out of training camp and the first three games because he wanted more money, but since he has returned his value has decreased significantly because of his lack of effectiveness as a runner and receiver. He is not willing to run after contact and as proven in the Titans game he is not secure with the ball.

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