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The Titans lost to the Miami Dolphins — and it took over seven hours to get that result

Recap: Titans fall to the Dolphins Navy
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, 27-20 What an absolutely dreadful day of
football for the Tennessee Titans.  Marcus Mariota, Delanie Walker and
Taylor Lewan exited this one with injuries. It could not have gone worst. Here’s
how it all went down.The first drive was a success for the Titans, but they were
unable to cash in an early touchdown. A nice mix of Derrick Henry and Corey
Davis put Tennessee into Miami territory early. Mariota uncorked one deep to
Taywan Taylor, but the second year receiver was unable to make the catch despite
an accurate pass. Ryan Succop did get the Titans on the board, however, bringing
the lead to 3-0. Tennessee got a stop on their first defensive series, then the
rain came. Even legitimate monsoon conditions couldn’t stop the Titans between
the twenties early, as Marcus Mariota manufactured another drive deep into Miami
territory. A big pass to Luke Stocker for 31 yards put the Titans at the goal
line once again. Mike Vrabel chose to go for it on 4th down from the three yard
line, targeting Corey Davis in the flats. Davis was tackled short, turning the
ball over on downs. That stop by the Dolphins seemed to get the momentum going
in their favor. A few nice runs by Frank Gore — complete with a ridiculous
unnecessary roughness penalty — put the Dolphins in the redzone. Ryan Tannehill
completed the drive with an out route to Kenny Stills, who got into the endzone.
Just like the Titans, the Dolphins got a stop on the next drive then opted to go
for a fourth a one inside of their own redzone. Just like the Titans Youth
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, they didn’t get it. Mariota took over with
1:55 to play, but lightning in the area forced a delay. After a two hour delay,
the Titans sat on the ball and punted, taking us to halftime in a 7-3 game.On
the first drive of the second half, Marcus Mariota got his throwing hand popped
after a read option attempt. Mariota was forced to leave the game, but only
missed one snap. On the following drive, Mariota threw a pick — and chaos broke
loose. The benches cleared after Taylor Lewan was blindsided on the interception
return. Lewan left for the locker room after the play, clearly shaken up. After
all the dust settled, the Dolphins were left in a really good spot. Tannehill
hit Mike Gesicki and Danny Amendola to set up shot inside the ten yard line.
However, Tannehill was picked off by Malcolm Butler on the goal line to end the
drive. At that time, storms rolled in once more for our second weather delay of
the day. It was another long delay with the game finally resuming at 6 PM
central. Offensive coordinator Matt Lafleur dialed up a screen pass to get
things going, but Mariota floated it too high. The ball was picked off —
Mariota’s second of the day. The Tennessee defense minimized the damage
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, holding the Dolphins to a field goal. 10-3
Miami was the new score. Apparently, Mariota’s injury was bothering him too much
to continue. He was listed as questionable to return with an elbow injury.
Blaine Gabbert entered the game, handing off to Dion Lewis, who flipped the
field immediately for Tennessee. Gabbert hit a big pass to Corey Davis over the
middle to get to the three, then Dion Lewis punched it in for the Titans’ first
touchdown of the year. Just like that, it was a 10-10 game — and then it wasn’t.
Jakeem Grant took the following kickoff back for a touchdown, giving the
Dolphins the lead right back. The Titans got the ball back and fed Derrick
Henry, who broke off a 64 yard touchdown run — only to have it called back for a
holding penalty. Gabbert was unable to generate anything after that, forcing
another Brett Kern punt. Miami stayed aggressive, taking a shot to Kenny Stills.
Stills hauled it in, bringing the lead to 14 points. It was Malcolm Butler who
was beaten deep. Incredibly enough, Darius Jennings took the following kick back
for six Youth
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, getting the Titans right back into this one.
Kenny Vaccaro picked off Tannehill on another deep attempt on the following
drive, giving Gabbert a shot to go tie the game. After a few successful Lewis
runs, Gabbert was picked off. It looked like a miscommunication with Delanie
Walker. The interception was returned all the way down to the Titans’ 12 yard
line. Kamalei Correa came up with a huge sack on second down, putting Miami in a
field goal situation. The Dolphins converted that attempt, bringing it back to a
two possession game. On the very first play of the next drive, Delanie Walker
made a catch and immediately went down with a lower leg injury. It was a right
ankle injury that looked pretty serious. He was carted off the field.The Titans
went turned the ball over on down shortly after. Gabbert was able to get one
more chance and put something together, at least enough to get the Titans a
field goal. Ryan Succop nailed it, to bring it back to a one score game. The
onside kick attempt could not be recovered, however. Final score: Dolphins 27,
Titans 20Remember ESPN’s “The Top Five Reasons You Can’t Blame...”? A lot of us
growing up watching ESPN in the 2000s’ may remember watching a show called “The
Top Five Reasons You Can’t Blame...” The focus of the show takes a look at
controversial sports incidents and defends those who have been accused. Examples
of episodes include Steve Bartman, Bill Buckner, the Atlanta Falcons trading
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, and Dan Marino never winning a Super
Bowl.Hosted by now MLB Network studio host Brian Kenny, it was a great show that
ran from 2005 to 2007 on ESPN 2 and ESPN Classic and offered alternative
perspectives on these infamous sporting eventsAfter going through a binge run, I
thought it would be interesting to see what would happen if ESPN were to
resurrect the long defunct series. Since Music City Miracles is a football
related site, this of course will be exclusive to new football related ideas
since 2007, since a lot has happened in that time. With that in mind, here are
some of my ideas. I don’t necessarily believe all of these things, but they’re
alternative viewpoints that work for the mentioned events.Pete Carroll for the
Seahawks losing Super Bowl XLIXPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty Images5. The Seahawks
had 1 timeout with 26 seconds left on 2nd and goal4. Russell Wilson threw the
interception3. Brandon Browner blocked Jermaine Kearse from setting a pick play
on Malcolm Butler2. It was a great play by Malcolm Butler1. Malcolm Butler
prevented Ricardo Lockette from scoring a touchdown on an acrobatic catch two
plays priorKyle Shanahan for the Falcons blowing a 28-3 leadPhoto by Ezra
Shaw/Getty Images5. Devonta Freeman whiffed on a block during Matt Ryan’s
fumble4. You were not supposed to play not to lose against Bill Belichick and
Tom Brady3. Julian Edelman2. Tom Brady1. Robert Alford’s dropped
interceptionRahim Moore for the Broncos losing in the 2012 Divisional Round5.
Peyton Manning’s overtime interception4. Joe Flacco’s playoff run3. Why was
Moore all alone in the back?2. Champ Bailey giving up two touchdowns to Torrey
Smith1. John Fox taking a knee to send the game to overtimeMarcus Williams for
the Saints losing in the 2017 Divisional RoundPhoto by Jamie Squire/Getty Images
5. The Saints defense gave up a go-ahead drive to the Vikings earlier in the
game.4. The Saints scored zero points in the first half3. Why wasn’t Williams
told what to do prior?2. The Saints didn’t get a first down before their
go-ahead field goal to allow the clock to run down1. Marcus Williams’
interception on Case Keenum in the third quarter got the Saints back in the
gameThe Referees for the Jaguars losing in the 2017 AFC Championship GamePhoto
by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images5. Tom Brady provided an amazing comeback4. The
Jaguars had a 3 and out after Myles Jack’s fumble recovery3. The defense was
getting worn out in the second half2. Blake Bortles limiting the game plan for
the Jaguars1. Doug Marrone played it conservative before the end of the first
half with two timeoutsThose are my picks. What games or incidents would you guys
like to add? List your own “Top Five Reasons You Can’t Blame” from 5 to 1.
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