Scout's take: How the Titans undid the Bears and got to 6-2

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans got a win by getting back to defensive football, creating turnovers on defense and splash plays on offense. This wasn’t a perfect win against a very average NFL team, but it does give you hope.

The Bears have a good defensive front seven with some solid offensive players. The problem was an offensive line that was forced to start three new players and a veteran quarterback that has struggled over the past two years.DJonesCelebrateCHIkl

Photo: Kate Luffman/Tennessee Titans

Another issue with the Bears is the coach calling the offensive plays.

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