The Tennessee Titans offense continued its dominance on Sunday while also breaking a franchise record. Is this the best offense in franchise history?
There were some questions surrounding the Tennessee Titans offense coming into the 2020 season. Whether Derrick Henry was too old to continue his dominance, Ryan Tannehill’s ability to lead, and will the offense be able to compete with the Ravens and Chiefs.
So far, it looks like those questions have been answered in the favor of the Titans. Henry has continued his dominance, Tannehill has become a proven leader, and the offense seems to have what it takes to compete with the Chiefs and Ravens.
After blowing out the Bills last Tuesday, the Titans offense continued its dominance against the Texans by scoring 42 points twice within a week.
The Titans also set a franchise record for the most yards in a game with 601 yards. It was previously 583 yards against the Cowboys in 1991 when the Titans were the Oilers.
The Titans’ offense has shown it can be a force to be reckoned with in the AFC. I’ve been a fan of Tannehill since his days in Miami. Unfortunately, injuries didn’t allow him to be the quarterback I was hoping he could be there, but it turned out to be for the best for the Titans.
This offense has proven it’s one of the best in franchise history, and by the end of the season, we could be saying that this is the best all-around offense that this franchise has ever seen.