Titans' Secondary May Be Pressed to Do More

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Titans' Secondary May Be Pressed to Do More
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The Titans allowed opposing quarterbacks to post an average passer rating of 92.7 last season, the seventh-worst figure in the NFL. Here is the bottom 10: Team Opposing passer rating Overall defense rank W-L Playoffs Chiefs 99.9 20th 2-14 No Eagles 99.6 15th 4-12 No Raiders 97.5 18th 4-12 No Cowboys 94.7 19th 8-8 No Saints 93.8 32nd 7-9 No Buccaneers 93.5 29th 7-9 No Titans 92.7 27th 6-10 No Vikings 92.3 16th 10-6 Yes Lions 91.7 13th 4-12 No Panthers 91.7 10th 7-9 No More Related Links Bernard Pollard wants Tennessee Titans to be a team full of hitters Videos: Tennessee Titans newcomers talk with media Offseason moves give Titans new look; here are top acquisitions One word closely associated with the defensive schemes of Titans senior assistant Gregg Williams over the years is pressure. It not only relates to his heavy use of blitzes, but also to a more aggressive, pressing style employed by defensive backs.

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