Scout's take: Titans' roster deficiencies on display in loss to Bills

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans continued a downward trend after getting beat by a very average New York Giants team in Week One by getting throttled by a top-tier NFL team against the Bills in Week Two.

The Titans competed against the bottom team but couldn’t compete with the better one.

The Titans' top players were ineffective.

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Derrick Henry ran for 1.9 yards a carry on 13 attempts for 25 yards,

Jeffrey Simmons did not register a tackle or sack in the game, credited with only a tipped pass.

Ryan Tannehill was 11 for 20 passing for 117 yards with two interceptions. He threw another one into the hands of a Bills safety but it was dropped.

Promising rookie wide receiver Kyle Phillips had his second fumbled punt in two weeks and had only one catch for five yards.

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