clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Titans pull off a miracle win 28-27 over the Miami Dolphins


Tennessee Titans v Miami Dolphins Photo by Megan Briggs/Getty Images

I have no idea what I just watched. After the toss play where the Tennessee Titans turned the ball over when Will Levis pitched the ball behind Derrick Henry, I started to write a story with the headline “Titans snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in 4th quarter meltdown.” Then the improbable happened. Levis led the Titans on two touchdown drives in the final 4:34 of the game and the defense got two huge stops to help out. In fact, the defense played fantastic all night - even without Jeffery Simmons.

Levis finished the night with 327 yards and the offensive line was able to hold up late in the game even in obvious passing situations. That might have been the most improbable thing that happened on the night.

Tyjae Spears was so good as well. He finished the night with six catches for 89 yards and was making plays all over the field.

As hard as we have been on Chig Okonkwo this season, and with good reason, he made a couple of big catches down the stretch.

DeAndre Hopkins has been the start the Titans brought him in to be. He had 7 catches for 124 yards and a touchdown.

The defense, as I mentioned above, was great. The Miami Dolphins got two offensive touchdowns tonight. One TD drive was seven yards and the other was 12 yards. Shane Bowen had a good plan in this one.