NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ryan Tannehill as led the Titans’ offense inside the opponent’s 20-yard line 35 times in 12 games.

Only four times did he walk away without celebrating a touchdown first.

That 88.5 touchdown rate is another stunning offensive number attached to Tennessee’s 2019 season. 


The remarkable red-zone TD work got the Titans off the hook for their one largest weakness, a .444 field goal percentage that three kickers strung together. Their current kicker, Greg Joseph, hasn’t been asked to try a single field goal in his four games on the roster.

How has Tennessee fared so well in tight quarters, where good defenses can often tighten up and force field goals at a reasonable rate?

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