The 34-6 loss by the Tennessee Titans last Sunday at the hands of the Houston Texans was the low point of the Titans season.

What went wrong for the Titans in Sunday's loss to the Texans?

Once again this week we are forced to examing what went wrong for the Tennessee Titans in their embarrassing 34-6 blowout loss to the Houston Texans at Nissan Stadium.

Interim head coach Mike Mularkey seemed to pin a lot of blame on running back Antonio Andrews, whose fumble on the opening possession of the game allowed the Texans to gain an early lead when Texans safety Quintin Demps returned it for the first score of the game.

However, the offense with Zach Mettenberger at quarterback never got anything going until late in the fourth quarter when the outcome had long since been decided. 

Likewise the defense struggled against the Texans passing game in key situations as Brandon Weeden was able to complete key passes in the first half to expand the visitors advantage and then he was able to connect on some big plays in the second half as the Titans defense struggled to the finish line. 

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