NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Down 13 of 22 starters and playing a quarterback who was with the team for his ninth day, the Titans played with occasional electricity, something we had not seen in five consecutive losses.

They outplayed expectations. But the expectation was they would get dismantled.

Josh Dobbs

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What does it say that a 27-13 loss to the Cowboys in which the Titans posted their third-lowest score of the season can be viewed as progress?

Their sixth defeat in a row dropped them to 7-9 and ensured their first losing season since 2015.

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