Titans Vs. Chargers, Week 2: More Disappointment Out Of Tennessee

After suffering a blowout loss in week 1, the Tennessee Titans played their first road game of the year with hopes of evening up their record to 1-1 on the season. The Titans were unsuccessful in their quest, instead falling by the score of 38-10 to the San Diego Chargers.

August West of SB Nation's Tennessee Titans blog, Music City Miracles, is unable to fathom the Titans' group effort of ineptitude and files this game as another embarrassing loss in which nothing went right for Tennessee:

After clearly deciding that getting whacked 34-13 by the Patriots wasn't embarrassing enough, the Titans pulled together as a team to rise to new heights of ineptitude. Losing 38-10 is bad enough, but to make things worse, there wasn't a single aspect of the game in which we looked good. Locker's accuracy was worse than we've ever seen it, and his decision-making was spotty at best. Chris Johnson couldn't run, the line couldn't block, the defense got walked all over and the coaching staff couldn't come up with a way to improve the results.

For all things Tennessee Titans, check out Music City Miracles. Also head over to SB Nation's NFL hub for even more coverage from around the league.

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