The Oakland Raiders head to Nashville this week, looking to end their three-game losing skid. But that run pales in comparison to how the Titans have fared at their home Nissan Stadium.
The Titans have lost ten straight home games, an embarrassing number dating back to last season. They’ve struggled in their first season with Marcus Mariota, and already saw head coach Ken Whisenhunt get axed midway through the season.
If the Titans have done one thing right all season, it’s pressure the quarterback. Heading into Week 12, the Titans are third in the NFL with 31 sacks. The problem is it’s been happening to them too, as Tennessee has surrendered 33 sacks this season. The defense will face their toughest task of the season, as Raiders QB Derek Carr has been sacked just 13 times, less than any QB in football.
Though both of these teams have rapidly fallen out of the playoff picture, breaking a losing streak is an important step for a young team. Both quarterbacks are growing, and Sunday is a glimpse into the future of the AFC.
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International viewers with a subscription to NFL Game Pass can also watch the game on the NFL Mobile app, while fans in the United States and surrounding territories with a subscription can watch the game on demand after the completion of the 4 p.m. ET games.
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