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These Tennessee Titans didn't even compete on Sunday. In short, they were blown away in every possible way by the San Diego Chargers.
They compiled a total of nine first downs as Chris Johnson had his second consecutive horrible performance. The former NFL rushing leader gained just 17 yards on eight attempts and is averaging less than two yards per rush this season.
Defensively, it wasn't much better. Philip Rivers literally did whatever he wanted against a secondary that seems to be missing Cortland Finnegan a great deal. The talented quarterback completed 75 percent of his passes and threw three touchdowns.
Even more disturbing is the fact that San Diego was able to accumulate nearly 150 rushing yards with Ryan Mathews sitting out another game.
It doesn't matter who is at quarterback for Tennessee. If they cannot get some balance on offense, this team is going to struggle moving forward. Additionally, their defense looks quite putrid at this point in the season.
Not much to take out of their initial two games.