For Titans' offense, time for better timing starts in Miami

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The scope is now narrowed.

With the Titans back to full strength at receiver and tight end and with Marcus Mariota and that group focused on specific plays in the game plan, there is less room for mistimed plays.

The Dolphins will aim to throw the quarterback and his targets off rhythm with their pass rush and coverage. But as the Titans unveil the full offense, hidden behind dark curtains for much of the preseason, the time should be passed where we hear anything about guys not being on the same page.DavisMissKC

“I think any quarterback really likes it once you get into the season because the body of the playbook gets cut down into a game plan,’ Pat O’Hara said. “As quarterbacks, we all like that because we can really study the plan and really focus in on what the situation is for each and every play and be locked in for it.”

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