Start of the third quarter has shown the Titans' offense at its worst

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans have a bad offense, but if you want to see it at its worst, visit the third quarter. 

Go even smaller and check out the first drive after halftime.

Todd Downing

Photo: Angie Flatt

In 13 games this season, including during the current three-game losing streak, the team’s first drive after halftime has been a three-and-out nine times and one that ended in three plays with an interception.

Those 10 drives have combined for negative-16 yards.

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