Scouting review: How Titans' coordinators keyed win over Bills

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Bills came to town hailed as the AFC’s best team.

They were outcoached and outplayed and didn’t look like a Super Bowl team.

The Titans don’t either, but they didn’t have that hype at kickoff.

A.J. Brown

Pool photo/ Donald Page, Tennesse Titans

Fans who don’t like Titans' coordinators Shane Bowen and Todd Downing should quit listening to NFL pundits and watch what is going on.

Against a top-rated offense and defense and the Titans' players leaving the game to injuries, the defense made plays when it counted, and the offense let their two best players, Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown, take over the game.

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