NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The body language was exceptionally poor the more the game moved along and after it was over. And what posture would one expect after a team with high hopes fell to 0-2 with a miserable showing in Week Two at Buffalo?

“They beat us 41-7,” Caleb Farley said. “Nobody’s going to be happy or in a good mood after that.

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The Titans often carry the swagger of their coach, Mike Vrabel, but they do not feel like a confident team now, no matter the broad experiences they have to lean on. The proximate results set the tone and there has to be some level of internal battling this week between “what have we done” and “we can do this” as the team readies for the Raiders at Nissan Stadium on Sunday.

This team is more reliant, by design, on young guys and injuries are already pushing others into action.

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