Scouting review: How it all came apart for the Titans

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans squandered a great opportunity on Saturday with first place and home-field advantage.

Their first offensive play was a predictable play-action pass and the result was an interception to safety Jesse Bates.

Ryan Tannehill tackled.

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The reason it was predictable was the return of Derrick Henry and the attention paid to him by everyone in the stadium for his first snap. It is a given to most fans and watchers of the game that he was going to get the ball and energize the crowd, but in a coach’s and player’s mind the play-action was the obvious play.

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