Scout's take: Rashaan Evans 'slow to react off the snap which makes him easy to block'

Blake Beddingfield was a Titans' scout for 19 years, through the 2017 draft. He was the team's director of college scouting for his final six years. Follow him on Twiiter at @BlakeBeddingfi1. He’s brought to you by Party Fowl. Eat hot chicken and drink boozy slushes in The Gulch, the Boro or in Donelson.

BeddingfieldLabelNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Turnovers for the Titans were hard to overcome in Buffalo.

Three of them gave the struggling Bills team a chance to keep the game close throughout.

When you play against poor offensive teams like the Bills, you can’t give them short fields.

Josh Allen is a big arm QB with accuracy issues and will throw into coverage at times. He is also a big athlete that does have some run ability. Allen’s legs were much more effective than his arm against the Titans. 

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