NASHVILLE, Tenn. – They can do that.

The Titans can score 42 in a game, 28 in a quarter. They can roll a division opponent. They can pass (252 yards) and run (219 yards) super-effectively, in the same game and win. With homerun touchdown plays of 74 and 65 yards they can render time of possession meaningless.TannehillTDJags19

It was a heck of a lot more like what they said we’d see when they promoted Arthur Smith, signed Rodger Saffold and Adam Humphries and drafted A.J. Brown and Nate Davis.

The Ryan Tannehill-led offense reached its peak in its fifth week, as he threw for two scores and ran for two more, the sort of dynamic combination we expected from Marcus Mariota but are getting from his replacement.

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