Titans finally help a bad team implode

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Laquon Treadwell lined up wide right with Laviska Shenault to his left, and the two took off downfield at the snap.

At about 10 yards, Treadwell cut in and Shenault cut out, heading directly for each other. Shenault saw the trouble quickly and went to the ground to avoid what might have been a real train wreck.

That left Treadwell to trip over him/run into Elijah Molden and fall on top of Treadwell’s legs, after which the ball landed behind them both, toward the sideline.

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“I was laughing, honestly,” Kevin Byard said. “End of the game, two guys run into each other. I don’t want to speak too much on it. But I was talking some trash a little bit to them. It’s one of those things. I don’t know. It’s tough for them boys over there.”

En route to a 20-0 win over Treadwell, Shenault and the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Titans often forced the issue, but they also stayed out of the way and allowed the visitors to make mistakes. It’s something Tennessee failed to do enough in losses earlier this season against other terrible teams, the Jets and the Texans.

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