The Tennessee Titans’ woes continued Sunday as they blew a 10-point lead for the second game in a row, falling to the Buffalo Bills, 14-13.
Tennessee went into the fourth quarter with a lead Saturday night. This time, the result was different.
It was a sight all too familiar for Vol fans. Tennessee goes up by double digits and then falters late. That’s exactly what happened on Saturday night in Neyland Stadium as Arkansas came back to beat the Vols, 24-20.
After a rough first half, Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans just didn’t have enough to come back against the Cleveland Browns, falling 28-14.
After a dismal collapse last week against Oklahoma, Tennessee got a much needed blowout win, defeating Western Carolina 55-10.
Marcus Mariota looked like a seasoned veteran in his first NFL game, as he led the Titans to a very convincing 42-14 win over the Buccaneers.