NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Three days removed from a season-opening loss, a proud team was unwilling to say that the Raiders were more physical.

But the most disturbing element of the loss may have been that the Titans didn’t dictate much in the run game or set a physical tone against Oakland, and it’s something they will need to show more of in order to get to 1-1 on Sunday in Jacksonville.MurrayOAK3

“Again, we’re going to have to be physical,” tight end Delanie Walker said. “I think for us to be physical, we’re going to have to run the ball. I think we didn’t run the ball that much against the Raiders. If we want to show our physicality, we’re going to have to run the ball against the Jags."

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