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The Tennessee Titans are in rarified air this season statistically.

There was a lot of room for improvement for the Tennessee Titans following the 2014 season, and so far the numbers show that improvement is indeed happening.

The Tennessee Titans finished the 2014 season at the bottom of every statistical category known to man, or kept by the NFL in finishing 2-14.

What a difference a year can make for one team. After the dismal and disappointing season a year ago, the 2015 Titans have made an almost incredible leap into the upper echelons of the league statistically.  

Not only are the Titans now in the top ten teams in the NFL in total defense, but are currently ranked ninth in total offense throught their first three games of the season.

Defensively the Titans are allowing on average 308.3 yards per game allowed, while their offense is averaging 375.7 yards per game gained.

The Titans are oen of four teams that are ranked in the top 10 in both offense and defense. The others include the Arizona Cardinals (fourth in offense, fifth in defense), Green Bay Packers (10th in offense, eighth in defense), and the Washington Redskins (eight in offense and fourth in defense).

The last time the Titans ranked in offense and defense this late in the season was in week eight of the 2000 campaign. That year the offense ranked ninth while the defense was sixth in the NFL.

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