ARLINGTON, Texas – Those weren’t the Saints running plays out there on the AT&T Stadium turf. Or the Rams.

But they weren’t the Week 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 or 7 Titans either.IMG 6835

It felt like an offensive graduation day complete with shovel-pass inventiveness, screen-pass effectiveness, quarterback running timeliness and deep-strike precision. Play-calling compliments were passed around freely to Matt LaFleur after the Titans complete 28-14 win over the Cowboys that pulled them to 4-4.

The Titans were 11-for-14 on third down – that’s a whopping 79 percent. They scored four touchdowns on five red-zone chances against the second-best red zone defense in the NFL. They punted only once.

Never mind the point production, just look at the result.

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