NASHVILLE, Tenn. – At times when his team was struggling, he looked shaky, even if analytics supported some of his decisions.

Mike Vrabel had Marcus Mariota and the offense try to draw the Colts offsides for a few seconds, then run out the play clock while looking cluelessly to the sidelines. The half-hearted attempt to draw a penalty looked especially bad compared to what Indianapolis attempted in a similar situation, where it felt like the Colts might actually snap it.VrabelBAL2

Up 14 points with over 13 minutes left in Atlanta he had the Titans’ offense try to convert a fourth-and-1 instead of kicking a field goal for a three-score lead, a decision he said was a mistake the following day.

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