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AFC South Standings

Team Div Overall
1-1-0 2-1-0
1-1-0 1-2-0
1-1-0 1-2-0
0-0-0 1-2-0

Top Titans News

  • Titans' Peter Skoronski: Remains unavailable for practice

    Skoronski (appendix) did not participate at the Titans' practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official website reports.

    Skoronski is still recovering from the appendectomy he underwent Sept. 16 and he has yet to return to practice. He said that he doesn't "really have any timetable" right now, so it's appears like he'll miss a third game in a row Sunday versus the Bengals.

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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Limited with knee wrapped

    Burks (knee) was limited in practice Wednesday, Turron Davenport of reports.

    Per John Glennon of the Nashville Post, Burks had a significant wrap on his left leg during practice. The second-year wide receiver injured the knee during training camp but has played through the injury in Tennessee's first three games. A full showing Thursday or Friday would put Burks on track to suit up Sunday against the Bengals.

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  • Titans' Mike Brown: Goes on IR

    Brown (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

    Brown's injury details are unclear, but it occurred in Sunday's loss to the Browns. He'll now be forced to miss the next four games at a minimum and could return in Week 8 against the Steelers if he's recovered in time.

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  • Titans' Julius Chestnut: Going to IR

    Tennessee placed Chestnut (hamstring) on its injured reserve list Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

    After sustaining a hamstring injury during Sunday's 27-3 loss at Cleveland, Chestnut will now have to sit out at least Tennessee's next four games as he recovers. He's the second Titans running back to go to injured reserve in as many weeks, so it would make sense for the team to sign another back in the coming days.

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  • Titans' Nick Folk: Converts lone field-goal attempt

    Folk converted his only field-goal attempt in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    Folk had limited opportunity due to the Titans' offensive struggles, though he managed to make a 44-yard attempt to account for the team's only points. He's a perfect 8-for-8 on field-goal attempts to begin the season, four of which have come from 40 yards or deeper.

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  • Titans' Chigoziem Okonkwo: No production on three catches

    Okonkwo recorded three catches on four targets for seven yards in Sunday's 27-3 loss to Cleveland.

    Okonkwo finished tied for the third on the team in targets, though he ultimately failed to reach double-digit receiving yards for the second time in three games to begin the season. His place in priority for targets combined with the state of the Titans' passing attack suggest that Okonkwo will struggle to produce consistently.

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  • Titans' Chris Moore: Emerging as deep threat

    Moore recorded two receptions on three targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    Moore has been a part-time player in Tennessee's offense through three weeks and seen limited targets as a result. However, he has provided a big-play threat to the team's pass-catching corps, which he displayed on a 33-yard gain shortly before halftime against Cleveland. Moore has 90 receiving yards on only three catches and five targets three games into the season.

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  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Not targeted in blowout loss

    Westbrook-Ikhine was not targeted in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    Westbrook-Ikhine was on the field for 80 percent of the team's snaps, so he maintained a significant role in the offense. However, he was most notably out-targeted by Chris Moore, who managed two receptions for 41 yards. Overall, Tennessee's limited passing offense will hold back any potential for Westbrook-Ikhine to produce consistently this season.

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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Five yards on six targets

    Burks recorded one reception (on six targets) for five yards in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    The Titans couldn't get their offense moving at any point against the Browns, and Burks' stat line is an indication of their ineffectiveness. The only positive to take from the performance is that he finished one target shy of DeAndre Hopkins for the team lead. While Burks should continue to see opportunities moving forward, the Tennessee passing offense has been subpar through three weeks due to the play of both Ryan Tannehill and the offensive line, which could continue to hold back his production.

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  • Titans' Tyjae Spears: Struggles in tough matchup

    Spears carried the ball four times for six yards in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns. He added four receptions for three yards.

    Spears became the latest victim of the Browns' stifling defense early this season, as he narrowly managed more yards from scrimmage than touches in the game. There were some positives to take away from his role, however, as he was the back on the field for the entirety of a Titans drive just before halftime. The team continues to find ways to work Spears onto the field, though he is still clearly working behind Derrick Henry in the backfield.

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  • Titans' Roger McCreary: Second on team in tackles

    McCreary registered 10 tackles (five solo), including a sack, in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    McCreary filled in for Kristian Fulton (hamstring) in the Titans' Week 2 win over the Chargers and saw the field as the slot cornerback against the Browns on Sunday. He finished second in total tackles behind Amani Hooker in a game where the secondary struggled to stop Deshaun Watson and Amari Cooper in the passing game. McCreary and the Titans will look to get back on track as they welcome the Bengals in Week 4.

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  • Titans' Amani Hooker: Leads team in tackles in return

    Hooker had 11 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    Hooker returned Sunday after missing Week 2 while in the league's concussion protocols. He led the team in tackles in large part due to the 81.8 percent completion rate by Deshaun Watson, which set up plenty of tackle opportunities in the secondary. Hooker and the Titans will look to get back in the win column in Week 4 when they take on the Bengals at home.

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  • Titans' Azeez Al-Shaair: One sack in loss

    Al-Shaair had nine tackles (three solo), including one sack, in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Browns.

    Al-Shaair led Tennessee's linebacker corps in tackles Sunday and was tied with cornerback Kristian Fulton on the day. Al-Shaair played a pivotal role in limiting the Browns to just 78 rushing yards on 31 carries (2.5 YPC), but the Titans struggled to contain Deshaun Watson, who threw for 289 yards and two touchdowns on 81.8 percent passing. Al-Shaair and the Titans will look to get back on track against the Bengals in Week 4.

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  • Titans' Sean Murphy-Bunting: Not in concussion protocol

    Coach Mike Vrabel said Monday that Murphy-Bunting has been cleared of a concussion, Terry McCormick of reports.

    Murphy-Bunting was forced out of Sunday's 27-3 loss at Cleveland after taking a blow to the head, but he ultimately avoided a major injury. He's still one of Tennessee's top two cover corners going into Week 4.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 90.3
Def. 69.3


Player Injury
T. Burks WR Treylon Burks WR Knee
H. Landry LB Harold Landry LB Hamstring
E. Molden CB Elijah Molden CB Hamstring
J. Whyle TE Josh Whyle TE Illness
L. Gifford LB Luke Gifford LB Hamstring

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