Blocked? Muted? The Titans' social media reactions aren't as telling as I might have believed

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Social media can be a jagged mountain range for an athlete, with soaring peaks after a big performance and dangerous cliffs for an emotional player after a bad play or a bad loss.ComptonIntro2

Many stoically act as if they don’t care, but in less than half a season we’ve seen two young Titans get caught up in it.

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