NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With their anemic pass rush, the Titans haven’t only failed to stall opposing drives this season with sacks that create difficult down and distances for opponents, they’ve regularly failed to introduce doubt and instill fear in the quarterbacks they’ve faced.


This is not a team of Al Davis’ disciples.

“I think back when he said that, you probably could do it in a manner that probably would have a lasting effect,” Mike Vrabel said when I asked him about the Hall of Famer’s philosophy. “I don't think that the rules are such now. These guys are big players, and again I would say pressuring them is critical. I think affecting the quarterback is critical.

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