Anatomy of the Titans' offense in one-on-ones against the Vikings

EAGAN, Minn. – Ryan Tannehill called it a three-club wind. Will Levis told me it was two clubs.

Either way, there was no disputing the moving air that had the cords on flag poles dinging against them had a bearing on passing during Thursday’s joint practice between the Titans and Vikings.

DeAndre Hopkins
DeAndre Hopkins completes a catch against Mekhi Blackmon

I watched Tannehill and Will Levis throw one-on-one passes against Minnesota defensive backs, and the success rate was low. There is no rush, obviously, and the offense should have an advantage – they know where they are going and the defender is purely reactive with no help.

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