The Tennessee Titans are trying to figure out how to stop hurting themselves offensively.
The quicker the better.
The Titans missed another opportunity at a rare home win with a 17-10 loss to Oakland and fell to 2-16 in their own stadium since the end of the 2013 season after a combination of mistakes. Now they hit the road for two straight games tied with Houston. The Titans play the Texans on Sunday and Tennessee enters the game scoring an NFL-worst 14 points per game and needing to clean up penalties, mistakes and turnovers.
“It’s the NFL,” running back DeMarco Murray said Monday. “It’s hard to score points, but at the end of the day, it’s self-inflicted wounds by us. I don’t think it’s the defense, it’s not the rush, it’s us. We have to find a way to get the job done.”
The Titans (1-2) outgained Oakland 393-368, and Murray even ended a 34-game drought for this franchise by rushing for 114 yards on 16 carries — the first running back to reach 100 yards in a game since the 2013 season finale.
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