After success against Russell Wilson, Titans are 'taking all challenges'

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Derrick Morgan had him at least three times, Brian Orakpo missed at least once.

Slippery Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a remarkable game Sunday at Nissan Stadium, regularly dodging Titans pass rushers to make plays. The Titans won 33-27 despite Wilson, who hit 289 of 49 passes for 373 yards and four touchdowns, while running seven times for 26 yards.MorganRushSEA

“Wilson is going to make his plays, but the great thing about it, we kept him contained somewhat, and we kept him corralled,” Orakpo said. “We kept the clock ticking, we kept getting possession back to our offense and we scored more points than them. It was just 

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