Scouting review: How Jeffery Simmons roughed up the Rams

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Sometimes the best offense is a scoring defense.

In Los Angeles, the Titans created pressure, turnovers and disrupted the Rams and their normal flow offensive flow.

Jeffery Simmons and Matthew Stafford

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The Titans’ defense won this game in a good example of a game plan that was executed by the performance of the players.

It all started with the defensive line and in particular the two defensive tackles, Jeffrey Simmons and Denico Autry.

Autry started the pressure, hurries and sacks and Simmons seemed to get into a rhythm with a mix of his bull rush and inside gap penetration. He also finished off a sack on a twist and stunt inside.

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