Mike Herndon: Major questions surface for Mike Vrabel’s Titans after MNF beatdown

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Two weeks into the 2022 NFL season, you can find the Tennessee Titans near the bottom of every significant statistical category:

  • 13.5 points per game – 28th
  • 31 points per game allowed – 30th
  • 273 yards per game – 27th
  • 404 yards per game allowed – 25th
  • 5 turnovers – 27th
  • 30.4 percent third down conversion rate – 26th
  • Offensive EPA per play – 31st
  • Defensive EPA per play – 28th

Mike Vrabel

They blew a game they mostly controlled at home against a Giants team that is expected to be among the worst in the league, and then followed that up with the worst loss of the Mike Vrabel era, a 41-7 drubbing in Buffalo that could have been much worse if the Bills hadn’t shown mercy by putting in human victory cigar Case Keenum by the end of the third quarter.

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