NASHVILLE, Tenn. – They can still build it, but at kickoff, just don’t expect a start-to-finish game from the Titans.

This is not a straight line, up arrow team. It’s a zig-zagging one.

That EKG concerned me in a big way in the tight win over the Browns. Against the far more talented Ravens, it was far more palatable.

During a 23-20 win over Baltimore, the Titans didn’t look like a team content to forge ahead with what it did in Cleveland.MarcusHurdleBAL

Though Mike Mularkey said the Titans didn’t change much over the course of the bye, when the offense did its best work, things certainly looked different.

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