Why can the Titans plug-and-play on defense but not offense?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – We’ve raved and raved about the Titans’ plug-and-play ability.

But boy does it slant to one side of the ball when it comes to production.

Terrance Mitchell

Photo by Angie Flatt

Sunday in the overtime loss to Kansas City, relatively new players on defense were significant contributors to a major defensive effort. Not so with the offense.

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