Titans suffer letdown with lopsided loss, Marcus Mariota's injury
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Mike Vrabel warned the team not to get too confident. “This game has a way of humbling you,” the Titans’ coach said on Friday.
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Although it may not have been overconfidence alone that led the Titans to drop to 5-5 overall, the 38-10 Week 11 loss to the Colts was a major letdown.
The Titans’ offense looked good to start its first drive of the game, but it stalled at the Colts’ 34-yard line when quarterback Marcus Mariota was sacked for an 8-yard loss that knocked them out of field goal range. Mariota and the Titans went three-and-out on the next series, leading to a 51-yard punt return by Chester