NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Last year’s column in this space about the Titans’ home loss to open the playoffs called it a waste.

After this year’s dream crashed to a halt with a 19-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, A.J. Brown chose a different, equally apt, word.

Pointless.

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All that work, struggle, endurance and fight paid off with the best path the Titans can ever get: Two home games for a trip to the Super Bowl.

“Pointless,” said Brown, who caught five passes for a game-high 142 yards, including a half-spin, left-handed, one-handed catch on his left hip inside the right pylon while well covered by Chidobe Awuzie.

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