It wasn't aesthetically-pleasing, but the Tennessee Titans snapped a season-long three-game losing streak with a 14-10 win on Monday night over the New York Jets. RB Chris Johnson flashed his world-class speed on a 94-yard touchdown run -- the longest in franchise history. The Titans' defense, meanwhile, came up in the clutch forcing five turnovers -- including three in the final minutes.
A disappointing 14-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans knocked the New York Jets out of playoff contention. The Jets had their chances but turned the ball over on each of their final three possessions. Titans RB Chris Johnson provided the highlight of the night with a 94-yard touchdown run.
As expected, New York Jets WR Stephen Hill and TE Dustin Keller are inactive for Monday's game at Tennessee. LB Bryan Thomas is also inactive. Thomas will be replaced in the starting lineup by LB Garrett McIntyre. Hill will be replaced in the starting lineup by WR Chaz Schilens.
The Packers (10-4) overcame a pair of second-half turnovers and two more Mason Crosby missed field goals with stalwart defensive stands and a key interception that led to an offensive touchdown to beat the Bears, 21-13.
Tampa Bay is certainly out of playoff contention, and if Sunday's 41-0 loss to the Saints is any indication, the Buccaneers may just be done competing altogether in 2012. The Bucs showed no fight in the blowout loss.