PK TV: We Discussed Colts 31, Titans 28 (OT)

The Paul Kuharsky PodcastNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Twenty-eight points certainly should have been enough in that one. One hundred and two yards for Derrick Henry before a probable concussion should have been enough.

But these were the find-a-way Titans, and not in a good way.

Special teams fiascos took them down and handed the game to the Colts, 31-28 in overtime, and Ryan Stonehouse, Henry, Jeffery Simmons and Josh Whyle didn't finish the game with injuries.

The hits keep on rolling. You know you're seeing this thing through. My whole column was about the special teams and Craig Aukerman, so this was my chance to go as much beyond that as you liked. Will Levis was bad -- 16 for 33 for 224 with a TD and no pick and missing DeAndre Hopkins out of bounds a couple of times on plays that had no chance. Sean Murphy-Bunting was super accountable but got beat too much, including on what amounted to the game-winning throw.

The officiating had some bad moments.

You had a lot to say about it all. So thanks for coming to the private Facebook page or to YouTube below for the hearty chat about it all. Enjoy a nice rewatch if you didn't make it.

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Titans Mail: Letting Will Levis Throw, Using Rookies, Next Year's OL

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- While you're enjoying a big day of college football, I feel you should also enjoy a Titans' mailbag.

Also, you should be listening to or watching the podcast on AppleSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, iHeart or YouTube.

Titans Full Tilt

The Titans are in an interesting spot Sunday. Does last week's win over a terrible team have any carryover? Does the Titans' far better play at home continue in its first division game in Nashville? 

On to the best of what you asked...

How would you respond to the narrative that the Titans are not letting Will Levis throw?

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To Win Again, Titans Need Top Performance From Defensive Front vs. Colts

To Win Again, Titans Need Top Performance From Defensive Front vs. Colts

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans’ competition steps up this week with the Colts coming to town.

Despite losing Jonathan Taylor to an injury the Titans will still have to deal with Zach Moss who went for 165 yards on the ground for a 7.2-yard average in their first matchup. If you’re the Titans, that can’t happen again. Tennessee’s run defense was very good last week versus the Panthers and the defensive line has shown some recent dominance at times. 

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Jeffery Simmons/ Angie Flatt

This game will come down to how dominant the Titans' defensive front can be.  

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PK TV: The Titans Ahead Of The Rematch With The Colts

PK TVNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Some people got excited about the Titans' win against the Panthers and dared to peek at what an extended winning streak would mean for playoff chances.

Others remain adamant that they want the team to lose every game in the name of the best possible draft position.

I don't think the Titans are winning out, but I suspect they are going to find a couple of wins along the way to the end of the season. And you can't convince me winning isn't important for Will Levis and other young Titans who have already started building what those draft picks will join in on.

It's something we discussed along with expectations for Derrick Henry in a rematch with the Colts and Mike Vrabel's future after conflicting reports.

Thanks to those who joined me at halftime of Thursday Night Football to discuss all things Titans as we get ready for Indianapolis' visit.

You can visit the private Facebook page or head below to rewatch.

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Podcast: 'Cool' Plays, Mike Vrabel's Future, Will Levis' Leadership

Podcast: 'Cool' Plays, Mike Vrabel's Future, Will Levis' Leadership

The Paul Kuharsky PodcastNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Mike Vrabel has often used the word "cool" in discussing the Titans offense. He's typically talking about cool plays.

Cool plays he saw throughout a game amid a lot of mediocre stuff or cool things that were on the verge of happening that didn't because of self-inflicted wounds, something else he speaks about quite a bit.

That's where we start this week's edition of The Paul Kuharsky Podcast.The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, iHeart and YouTube, which is also embedded below.

Other subjects I dive into:

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Film Review Of Jaelyn Duncan’s First Start For Titans

Film Review Of Jaelyn Duncan’s First Start For Titans

By MIKE HERNDON, columnist

The youth movement on the Titans offense is fully underway at this point in the season. On Sunday against the Panthers, Tennessee saw three rookies play every snap of the game on offense as sixth-round tackle Jaelyn Duncan joined fellow 2023 NFL Draft classmates Peter Skoronski and Will Levis among the starters for Mike Vrabel.

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Jaelyn Duncan (79)/ Angie Flatt

In fact, there were several snaps that saw the Titans line up with five rookies on the field together with running back Tyjae Spears and tight end Josh Whyle coming off the bench to join the three starters. That’s not something that often happens at the NFL level, but that’s a good indicator of how much the remainder of 2023 has turned into an evaluation exercise for the coaching staff and front office to determine how many of these young players can be counted on to help in 2024 and beyond.

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Titans: Pass Rush Revival, Tyjae Spears And The AFC Standings

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – When faced with complaints about the quality of an opponent, I’ve long said you can only beat who’s in front of you. So we can’t downgrade the Titans for the win over the miserable Panthers on Sunday. 

It gives the team a nice reset and a confidence boost that they can still find a way to win.

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Arden Key closes in on Bryce Young/ Angie Flatt

But context is important too. 

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