NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ big passing game output in Green Bay was a terrific addition to the formula that already had them firmly established as the AFC South front-runner and a highly likely first-round playoff host.

It immediately begged the question, was it the start of something new or a one-game aberration against the Packers, who sold out to slow Derrick Henry and paid the price over the top with the Titans offering Ryan Tannehill strong protection, the quarterback delivering precise passes and his targets, finally, making consistent plays for him.

Amani Hookerand Josh Kalu

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I’ll need to see that more than once to believe the Titans can present a truly balanced attack with regularity. Mike Herndon wrote Tannehill and the passing offense only need “to do enough not to drag them down.”

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