How the Titans can move their fourth-quarter offense into the rest of the game

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans want to be more like they are on offense in the fourth quarter in quarters one through three.IMG 6672

"We have a quarterback that is highly rated in the fourth quarter," Mike Vrabel said. "We have to find ways to recreate the fourth quarter passing. He’s highly rated – I think he’s maybe 24-for-32, 120.0 rating, off the top of my head. We have to recreate that type of mentality throughout the game, and throughout the first three-quarters of the game."

What are the Titans doing better in the fourth quarter that they can try to do more in the first three quarters? I broke it down into a bunch of categories based off numbers from sharpfootballstats.com.

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