After starting the season 5-0, the Tennessee Titans have lost two games in a row. QB Ryan Tannehill recognizes how frustrating that is.
Speaking to the media this week, Tannehill said that the whole team is frustrated by their recent losing streak. He admitted that the team is wary of the Chicago Bears, who they play this coming Sunday.
“Everyone’s frustrated; we’re just not coming out and performing the way we expect to,” Tannehill said, via the Tennessean. “But at the end of the day we have no one to look to but ourselves. We have a really good team coming to town this week and we’ve got to play good football. We have a lot to clean up on, and we haven’t performed up to our standards offensively, especially last week.”
The Titans’ defense has been one of their biggest weaknesses this season, giving up over 26 points per game. But through the first few games their top-10 offense managed to do enough to make that less of an issue.
Tennessee scored at least 31 points in four of their five wins, and 42 points in two of them. Against the Steelers and Bengals these past two weeks, they’ve scored 24 and 20 points respectively.
Ryan Tannehill and star RB Derrick Henry aren’t the problems though. Tannehill is one of the NFL’s most efficient passers, while Henry is currently the league’s leading rusher.
Whatever issues the Titans need to fix before Sunday, Ryan Tannehill will certainly be a part of the solution.