5 Biggest Reasons the Detroit Lions Lost to the Tennessee Titans

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5 Biggest Reasons the Detroit Lions Lost to the Tennessee Titans
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Detroit Lions fans were treated to a roller-coaster ride of a game in Week 3 against the Tennessee Titans.

It was such an exciting game that it should be called the Music City Miracle 2.0. Unfortunately, when it was all said and done the Lions were losers 44-41, and Detroit fans were left to ponder the team's prospects for the remainder of the season.

Detroit was supposed to be a real NFL contender this year—and I'm not just talking about the playoffs. The Lions have their eyes set on the Super Bowl. For a team that made the playoffs last season, that's a realistic goal.

Through three weeks, that goal looks far from attainable, though. The Lions are 1-2 and have been inconsistent on both sides of the ball.

That's not to say they're not a good team. They are. However, there are reasons why they haven't achieved the same success as last season and reasons why they lost to the lowly Titans.

Here they are.


* Stats included in this article were courtesy of ESPN.com

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