Just like that, the Titans are back on track. After a win in front of a national audience last Monday night in Dallas, the Titans backed that up with a dismantling of the New England Patriots.
Raise your hand if you saw the Titans winning that one by 24.
We learned a couple of things during that one. The Titans’ defense is legitimate, even more so now if Adoree’ Jackson is going to start shadowing opponent’s No. 1 receivers. That’s just going to take some pressure off of Malcolm Butler and perhaps let him find some sort of comfort zone again.
Secondly, we saw Marcus Mariota string his third straight game together playing at a high level. He didn’t get the results in London thanks to some untimely drops, but he sure did against Dallas and New England. We’re seeing him healthy now, finally starting to return to that 2016 version of himself.


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