Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The Titans started cold, but found enough plays to win by the end of the game.
That’s been the script with this team for the majority of the season at this point, but ugly wins are still infinitely better than pretty losses. There has been a lot of hand wringing over the Titans inability to blow out bad teams over the course of this season and that’s fair. They have a tendency to start slow and then work their way back in to games. There have been a couple exceptions — they started well against both the Ravens and Bengals — but for the most part this has been a slow starting team.
The stats bear that out. In the first half of games the Titans are averaging just 9.4 points per game which is 23rd in the NFL, but in the second half they jump to 12.5 points per game which is 7th in the NFL.

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