Ok so I took some time to break down our some of our problems on the defensive side of the ball, and here's some of the things I noticed... For the first example i'll use the 3rd and 10 play that Sanchez ran and scored the first TD of the game last week. Here you see an odd alignment from the Titans showing 3 down-lineman with nickel coverage. The first thing that I see that is very obvious is that KVB is in a LB spot(from the looks of it he's going to bull rush). Right off the bat if I were the QB I knew that this was going to be a blitz... The second thing you notice is how both outside CBs of the Titans are playing 10 yards off the reciever and defending the 5 and the endzone. It is however a 3rd and 10 situation which is a smart call by the Titans, but not backed by a blitzing interior... The third thing I noticed was that Fuller is in the nickel and playing inside the slot reciever, which shows he's either in zone or ready to blitz. So in his position he's accounting for two players(RB and Slot WR). In final, the Titans rushed seven while dropping 4 back in coverage... The Jets recievers just ran routes toward the endzone while Jones slipped out of the backfield to draw out one man and open a lane straight to the endzone... Too many things wrong on this play, bad play call IMO(almost a prevent situational call for the secondary). This was the play before the TD... Seriously, what would you do in this situation? I'd throw a short pass to the wideout to my left to gain some easy yards and maybe even YAC... Result of this play was an incompletion where Finnegan jumped the route in the endzone. Which makes me wonder, are we playing this far off the ball to make plays and get turnovers? Seems a little risky to me, teams will nickel and dime us if we give them that much space... And on the other side of the ball you've got a cover 2 zone between Harper and Hope, most QB's can fit those passes between our defenders. All I'm trying to say here is that we need to declare our selves on one identity. I just don't believe we can be an agressive team up front and play laid back in the secondary... We need to just man up and take our chances with our skilled players. We did tighten up a little in the second half, but not as much as I would have liked to seen.