I think we have, Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday. It's been a pretty good schedule here these first three weeks, and it's just going to continue on. They're competing, they're not intimidated by anybody, and I think that says a little bit about the maturity.
The Titans finished last season 9-7, a six-win improvement from going 3-13 in 2015 to pick up the No. 1 overall pick in the draft.
General manager Jon Robinson flipped that selection into a handful of other players, and Mularkey has tried to mold the Titans into a physical group that competes hard every minute.
The combination has the Titans off to a 2-1 start and atop the AFC South. Marshal Yanda Baltimore Ravens Jersey It's the franchise's best start since opening 3-1 in 2013, though that squad finished 7-9 with coach Mike Munchak fired at the end of the season.
The Titans are doing it in the exotic smash-mouth approach Mularkey wants too. They rank second in the NFL averaging 156. 3 yards rushing after running all over Jacksonville in a 37-16 win in Week 2 followed by 195 more in a 33-27 win over Seattle. They also have allowed quarterback Marcus Mariota to be sacked only twice this season.