It's difficult to give the Tennessee Titans high grades after a season in which the offense struggled to put points on the board and the defense allowed a franchise-high in points. The Titans were eliminated from playoff contention long before the final week of the season.
There were more lowlights than highlights for the Tennessee Titans in 2012. A record-setting afternoon against the Lions in Week 3 and three touchdown runs of 80 yards or more by Chris Johnson serve as some of the top moments of the year.
The Tennessee Titans were eliminated from playoff contention long before Week 17 in a disappointing 6-10 season that nearly cost coach Mike Munchak his job. Still, a number of Titans' players turned in standout seasons in 2012. RB Chris Johnson heads CBSSports.com's RapidReports list of Titans MVPs.
The Tennessee Titans became the first team in NFL history on Sunday to have two players score two touchdowns on returns in the same game. The touchdowns by LB Zach Brown and RB Darius Reynaud helped the Titans rally from a second-quarter deficit in a 38-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans ended the season with two wins in their final three games.
Tennessee Titans LB Zach Brown and RB Darius Reynaud each tied NFL records in Sunday's 38-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Brown returned two interceptions for touchdowns, while Reynaud scored two touchdowns on punt returns. The Titans ended the season at 6-10, while the Jaguars fell to 2-14. The mark is the worst in Jaguars franchise history.
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.