"You treat it like DeMarco, one week had the same, very similar little bit of a strain in it, and the next we kind of watched him throughout the week of practice, then he came back and played well".
The Titans signed Brandon Weeden this week as an emergency quarterback and have Matt Cassel ready to go. Hall of Fame quarterback Bob Griese had a career-high 349 passing yards and two touchdowns against the Oilers, but it wasn't enough to overcome the running of Hall of Famer Earl Campbell, who finished with 199 yards and four touchdowns.
The home fans in his first home game should give him a loud reception and support.
Jay Cutler, who was brought in to replace injured quarterback Ryan Tannehill, continues to irk most of his team's fanbase with poor performance and lackadaisical body language at times.
Speaking of the Dolphins defense, they've held opponents to 20 points or less in their three games this season and considering the near historic shittiness of their offense over the last two weeks, that's quite a feat.More news: Hollywood's Harvey Weinstein Hit With Another Sexually Explicit Allegation That's Seriously NSFW
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Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips practiced all this week despite an ankle injury, but he will not play against the Titans on Sunday. This game against Tennessee could be a winnable one, especially if Mariota is unable to suit up. Defensively, a Cameron Wake sack was the lone highlight as the Saints put up 347 yards of total offense on the Miami D, while holding onto the rock for over 34 minutes in the Dolphins' loss.
Head coach Mike Mularkey of the Tennessee Titans looks on during action against the Oakland Raiders in the first half at Nissan Stadium on September 10, 2017, In Nashville, Tenn. That's wahat you're looking for in an National Football League quarterback.
Tennessee quarterback Marcus Mariota is hampered by a strained hamstring, making his availability uncertain. After their impressive start to the season, they will want to ensure they keep their noses in front of their fierce division rivals, so a win today is a must for them.
Following a late field goal in the first half, the Titans tied the game on their opening drive of the third quarter thanks to a touchdown pass from Matt Cassel to Phillip Supernaw. He wasn't Aaron Rodgers, but Cassel did what he needed to do for the Titans to win the game.
The Dolphins play at Atlanta next Sunday.