SUMMARY: Seattle's Shaun Alexander 172-yards rushing Sunday makes it the third consecutive game where the Titans defense has given up over 100 yards rushing to an opponent. "It was disappointing not being able to stop the run," defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz said. "People made a big deal about giving up (107) yards to (Colts running back) Edgerrin James, but that was all seven-man front. We played the run really well that day. But these last two games we've been in a lot of eight-man fronts and haven't been able to stop it." The Titans (4-10) have given up four 130-yard or more games — Alexander had 172, Willie Parker had 161 and Domanick Davis had 139 and 130 — and seven runs of 30 yards or more, including 34- and 52-yard scampers by Alexander. The 130-yard games are especially alarming. The Titans allowed only five such games over the previous nine seasons. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.