Tennessee Titans

Stadium: Nissan Stadium | Coach: Mike Mularkey
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd122.1 (7th)202.4 (24th)
Defense11th86.2 (3rd)242.3 (25th)

Last Game

Sun, December 10
University of Phoenix Stadium
on CBS Sports
Tennessee Titans
at
Arizona Cardinals
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Game Leaders

TEN
Passing: M. Mariota (16-31, 159)
Rushing: D. Murray (11-34)
Receiving: E. Decker (3-56)

ARI
Passing: B. Gabbert (17-26, 178)
Rushing: K. Williams (20-73)
Receiving: L. Fitzgerald (5-44)

Schedule

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Sat Aug 12
L 3 - 7@NYJ
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Sat Aug 19
W 34 - 27CAR
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Sun Aug 27
L 7 - 19CHI
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Thu Aug 31
L 6 - 30@KC
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Sun Sep 10
L 16 - 26OAK
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Sun Sep 17
W 37 - 16@JAC
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Sun Sep 24
W 33 - 27SEA
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Sun Oct 1
L 14 - 57@HOU
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Sun Oct 8
L 10 - 16@MIA
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Mon Oct 16
W 36 - 22IND
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Sun Oct 22
W 12 - 9@CLE
RECAP
Sun Nov 5
W 23 - 20BAL
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Sun Nov 12
W 24 - 20CIN
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Thu Nov 16
L 17 - 40@PIT
RECAP
Sun Nov 26
W 20 - 16@IND
RECAP
Sun Dec 3
W 24 - 13HOU
RECAP
Sun Dec 10
L 7 - 12@ARI
RECAP
Sun Dec 17
4:25 pm ET
CBS@SF
Sun Dec 24
1:00 pm ET
FOXLAR
Sun Dec 31
1:00 pm ET
CBSJAC

Standings

AFC
South
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Jacksonville9-4-03-1-0
Tennessee8-5-04-1-0
Houston4-9-01-3-0
Indianapolis3-10-01-4-0
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Titans' Phillip Supernaw: Suffers ankle injury
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Supernaw sustained an ankle injury in Sunday's 12-7 loss to the Cardinals, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.

Supernaw failed to catch his lone target of the game, and the severity of the injury remains unclear. The 27-year-old's status for Week 15 isn't likely to become clear until the Titans resume practice Wednesday.

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Titans' DeMarco Murray: Bottled up by Cardinals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Murray carried 11 times for 34 yards and caught two of three targets for an additional 13 yards during Sunday's 12-7 loss to the Cardinals.

Murray led the team in touches, but he managed just 3.1 yards per carry and couldn't generate much as a pass catcher against a stout Cardinals front. Derrick Henry also struggled to the tune of 2.5 yards per carry, but he scored a six-yard touchdown in the second quarter -- his second score in as many games. The two backs continue to limit one another's fantasy upside on a weekly basis, though both will have the opportunity to produce next week against a 49ers run defense that ranks near the bottom of the NFL.

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Titans' Eric Decker: Leads team in receiving
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Decker caught three of five targets for 56 yards during Sunday's 12-7 loss to the Cardinals.

Decker produced the team's largest play from scrimmage on a 29-yard reception and went on to pace all pass catchers in yardage. Though his returns were modest, this was actually Decker's second-best receiving output of the year and his highest since Week 6. Decker has an opportunity to separate himself from an underwhelming group of Titans wideouts, but he'll need to make performances such as this the norm to re-establish some sort of fantasy value for himself. His next opportunity to do so will come next week against the 49ers.

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Titans' Derrick Henry: Finds end zone versus Cardinals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Henry carried eight times for 20 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 12-7 loss to the Cardinals.

Henry managed just 2.5 yards per carry against a tough Cardinals front, but he salvaged some fantasy utility with a six-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. DeMarco Murray had a bit more success on 13 touches in this one, but he fell short of 43 rushing yards for the fifth time in six games since the team's bye week. A larger share of the workload is seemingly there for the taking for Henry, but he'll need to produce better returns next week against the 49ers to stake his claim.

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Titans' Delanie Walker: Records 42 receiving yards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Walker caught five of nine targets for 42 yards during Sunday's 12-7 loss to the Cardinals.

Walker led the team in targets once again, but a long gain of just 11 yards limited him to his lowest yardage total since Week 6. Perhaps the tight end's production suffered because of Marcus Mariota's limitation due a knee injury, but he was also facing a rather tough matchup against the Cardinals defensive front. Walker continues to be one of the most involved Titans pass catchers on a weekly basis and will look to bounce back next week against a 49ers defense that's given up six touchdowns to tight ends in the last six games.

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