NASHVILLE, Tenn. – That dynamic, speedy offense didn’t show itself in the Titans’ season opener.

One game isn’t that big of a deal especially considering not that much has changed. But the depth of the trouble was alarming.

There was minimal separation from receivers, and A.J. Brown and Julio Jones are supposed to get away from people and provide Ryan Tannehill with options.

Ryan Tannehill

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Tannehill pinned the lack of speed in the game on the lack of any flow for the offense

“We didn’t come out and get anything going, we went three-and-out we had the turnover, three-and-out again and it’s tough to play fast and put pressure on the defense when you’re not on the field,” he said. "Obviously, we need to get into drives. We need to get that first first down get the chains moving, that way we can call some more plays, give our guys some more opportunities.

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