By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans continue to find ways to win. This is a good trend no matter who the opponent is.

In a game that was void of many of each teams’ top players, this was a game that was determined by turnovers and defense.

Neither team could, or even really wanted to, run the football.

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The Titans’ leading rusher was D’Onta Foreman with 11 carries for 30 yards and a 2.7 yd average.

The Saints’ leading rusher was Mark Ingram with 14 carries for 47 yards and a 3.4 yd average.

The quarterbacks, Ryan Tannehill and Trevor Siemian, were average overall.

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