NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It’s a new version of the same thing every week for the Titans really, and it’d be a fun game for all of us covering it to write about it without using some form of the word resiliency in doing so.

Even Mike Vrabel busted on us for asking versions of the same questions, but when they are playing versions of the same game that’s how it works.

Jayon Brown and Janoris Jenkins

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These 8-2 Titans beat the Saints 23-21 thanks to a well-defended 2-point conversion try from the 7-yard line that could have pulled New Orleans even with 1:16 left. New Orleans was in need of the conversion because its kicker, Brian Johnson, earlier missed two PATs. They were at the 7 instead of the 2 because of a false start by Adam Trautman.

The good thing about the Titans is that they are smartly under no illusions about how good they are. The team that won Sunday probably wouldn’t have won a playoff game.

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