Scout's take: Factors in the Titans' terrible third-down defense

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The game was a tale of two halves of football. 

The Steelers dominated the first half by controlling the clock with a short passing game and occasional run but most importantly converting third downs with ease.

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The Steelers took the Titans game plan and used it against them. Time of possession: 36:37 for the Steelers to 23:23 for Tennessee.

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