After The Heist At Hard Rock: Titans' Past, Present And Future

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

The Titans’ Monday night win over the Dolphins was statistically the biggest upset of the 2023 NFL season with Tennessee entering the game as 13.5-point underdogs in Miami before coming out with a 28-27 win. The only thing more shocking than the result was how it happened.

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This wasn’t the Titans catching a bunch of lucky breaks or finding a vintage Derrick Henry performance in their stocking. It was quite the opposite. Outside of an early Jaleel Johnson strip sack – aided by a mishandled snap by the Dolphins – and a Tyjae Spears fumble that bounced out of bounds, Tennessee mostly found themselves on the wrong side of the “luck” coin in this game.

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