Screen Shot 2022 11 13 at 6.04.29 PMNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans boosted their record to 6-3, but once again we were left to discuss a lot of concerns that cropped up amid a win. 

The passing offense showed life and the pass rush was solid even without Jeffery Simmons and Bud Dupree in the 17-10 win over Denver. The Titans found a way to beat an inferior team without several of their best people, and without a lot from their centerpiece in Derrick Henry.

But they dropped a lot of balls on offense and defense too, they couldn't stay out of the neutral zone on defense and they really couldn't do much on offense in the first half. (So at least that means they did some things in the second half, which is a lot different than the norm, right?)

Many of you joined me to talk about the game from the Nissan Stadium press box. You can watch by heading to the private Facebook page or heading below.

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