By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On Sunday afternoon, the Tennessee Titans face the San Diego Chargers. The Titans come into this game with a 4-4 record, while the Chargers are 3-5.
The Titans come into this game with a 2-1 record on the road. The Chargers are 2-1 at Qualcomm Stadium this season.
The Titans have won the past two meetings in this series. The Titans also defeated the Chargers 27-10 in the preseason.
One has to go back to Sept. 16, 2012 to see the Chargers last win over the Titans. San Diego won this game 38-10.
In the past 10 meetings in this series, the Chargers have won eight straight. Their win streak went from Sept. 13, 1998 to Sept. 16, 2012.
The Titans come into this game with a one-game win streak. They defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 36-22 on Thursday Night Football in their last game.
The Titans haven’t lost a game since Oct. 23 against the Indianapolis Colts when they lost 34-26 on Oct. 23.
The Chargers come into this game with a one-game losing streak. They lost to the Denver Broncos last week.
San Diego hasn’t won a game since Oct. 23 when they defeated the Atlanta Falcons 33-30.
The Chargers are averaging 28.1 points, while the Titans are averaging 22.8.
The Titans are averaging 387.8 yards per game compared to the 379.7 by the Chargers. San Diego is giving up 376.8 yards per game and Tennessee is giving up 359.6.
Marcus Mariota leads the Titans attack with 1,874 yards. He had 14 touchdowns and six interceptions.
DeMarco Murray has 756 rushing yards and six touchdowns. Delanie Walker has 405 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Philip Rivers leads the Chargers attack with 2,285 yards. He has 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
Melvin Gordon III has 572 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. Tyrell Williams has 530 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
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