NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Mohamed Sanu started to the far right of a three-wide formation. Matt Ryan gave him a wave. Sanu motioned all the way across, stopping behind the left guard. No one across the line on the Titans followed him. He set there. Ryan stabbed his left foot back, setting Sanu back where he came from.

At the snap, he was behind the right tackle and began to angle out into the flat. But a lot of eyes were already on him. Adoree’ Jackson and Logan Ryan were both between the numbers and the hash marks, well aware of Sanu in the fourth-and-1 situation. So was Rashaan Evans on the inside.MattRyanSack

What had happened to that point in the game, what Matt Ryan saw as he got under center and the down-and-distance led him to expect man coverage.

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