By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans offense couldn’t get going in the first half because of penalties by the offensive line or pressure given up forcing quick throws.

The game plan that was put in to use RB Dion Lewis looks good on paper but not in actual execution because of Lewis' inability to be a threat as a runner or receiver anymore.TitansCeiling3

The Titans used Lewis early in the game to chip against rookie OLB Brian Burns.

Lewis played a lot in the first half and had some successful runs and plays but ended a positive drive with a fumble.

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