NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Marcus Mariota had a solid rookie year, a good second year and a disappointing third year.

He led an offense missing his top two targets, Delanie Walker and Rishard Matthews, to touchdowns in two of three series in the Titans’ first two preseason games.MariotaPracticeHuddle

And then he and the Titans produced a dud in Pittsburgh Saturday, lowlighted by a miss of a wide-open Corey Davis where the QB and the receiver didn’t think the same when they came across an uncovered situation.

He and Davis both took blame Saturday, per Jim Wyatt.

A day later, Mike Vrabel said it was his fault, that both players should be coached to have an automatic response in such a situation.

I know we’re quick to judge and that we always put a lot on what happened most recently.

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