Scout's Take: Individual performance reasons the Titans' crumbled vs. Browns

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- This game had a Bengals game feel to it from earlier in the year.

The Browns' offense could do no wrong and the Titans struggled to play catch up without their No. 1 option in Derrick Henry, a non-factor once the score was so lopsided.HenryCle20AM

Photo: Alison McNabb/ Tennessee Titans

The Browns had 13 penalties for 92 yards to the Titans' five for 52, and despite the huge difference in the Titans' favor the Browns controlled the clock 36:46 to the Titans' 23:14, converted long third downs when needed and scored at will.

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