Tennessee Titans Capitalize on Mistakes, Romp New York Giants 29-10

September 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I wrote a column last week discussing the miscues from Week Two, noting what the Tennessee Titans needed to do to improve from their showing against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The New York Giants made their own mistakes, and the Titans were able to capitalize while fixing some of their own mistakes, leading to a 29-10 victory at the New Meadowlands Stadium. 
The Titans were anemic with the run last week, but the offensive line stepped it up this week and gave Chris Johnson space to find holes and run for 125 yards on 32 rushes, an average of slightly less that four yards a carry.  The Titans also maximized the work of tight end Bo Scaife, giving Justin Gage, Nate Washington, and Kenny Britt the opportunities to make big plays. 
Vince Young also recovered from an absolutely horrible game, showing the composure he needs in the pocket and holding onto the ball well.  Throwing for 118 yards and an 13-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Britt, Young was 10-of-16, ...

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