The Tennessee Titans came out swinging against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday as the Titans’ offense didn’t miss a beat after two weeks of no practice.
The Tennessee Titans haven’t practiced in two weeks, but when they took the field against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday, they didn’t miss a beat.
The Titans offense came out guns blazing, and the defense was prepared to shut down Josh Allen’s offense for most of the game.
For a team that hadn’t practiced in two weeks, I expected the Titans to come out slow and try to get back into their groove while trying to hold off the Bills in the process. It turns out I was dead wrong as the Titans were ready from kickoff and blew out the Bills.
Ryan Tannehill showed once again that he can be the Titans’ quarterback of the future, and he also showed the rest of the AFC that he is a threat to the other contenders. Tannehill finished the day throwing for 195 yards, three touchdowns, and a QBR of 97.1.
The Titans’ defense was also without Jeffery Simmons, Adoree’ Jackson, and Kristian Fulton; three players that have a crucial part in the Titans’ defense. Even without those players, the defense showed up and showed out. It proved that it has what it takes to compete with top AFC offenses.
I was not confident that we would see a Titans Super Bowl run anytime soon. Tuesday night’s game had a Super Bowl-worthy team playing in it, and it wasn’t the team that scored 16 points. I saw a team that could beat the best teams in the AFC and win a Super Bowl.
With the win over the Bills, the Titans improve to 4-0 and will hopefully move on to its game against the Texans this Sunday as long as there is not another COVID-19 outbreak.