Fanteractive Game Breakdown for Pittsburgh @ Tennessee by myles.whitmore

National Football League

Pittsburgh (V) vs. Tennessee (H)

Nissan Stadium
Nashville


Sunday Oct 25,2020 01:00 PM ET

Post Game Analysis by myles.whitmore for Tennessee

Post Game Report Card

Overall Team Grades
Overall Team Grade
C+
Overall Offense Grade
C+
Overall Defense Grade
C+
Overall Special Teams
C+
My Player of the Game
No Opinion
Game Notes
Player Grades
Player
Pos
Grade
Advanced Team Grades
Offense
Run Offense (Overall)
C+
Passing Offense (Overall)
C+
Protection
D
Big Plays
B-
Mistakes
B+
Overall QB Play
C+
Game Notes on Offense
Overall, the Titans offense played well in this game. QB Ryan Tannehill threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns but struggled to deal with Pittsburgh's aggressive front seven.
Quarterback
C+
Running Backs
B
Protection & Blocking
C-
Receiving
B+
Analysis Notes
Tennesse's OL was manhandled by the Steelers defensive line. As a result, Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry were less productive than normal. Still, both Tannehill and Henry were efficient and Henry even churned out an explosive run.
Defense
Passing Game Defense
C-
Stopping the Run
C
Controlling the Line of Scrimmage
C
Forcing Turnovers
A-
Big Plays
B
Mistakes
F
Game Notes on Defense
Titans secondary made numerous turnovers and generated significant pressure against Ben Roethlisberger. However, their front seven allowed a decent amount of rushing yards to RB James Conner.
Defensive Line
B
Linebackers
D
Defensive Backs
B
Notes
Defensive linemen Vic Beasley and Jadaeveon Clowney generated significant pass rush and forced a fumble against Ben Roethlisberger. However, Tennesee's LBs failed to hold up in coverage. Fortunately for the Titans, their safeties were able to haul in two bigtime interceptions against Ben Roethlisberger.
SPECIAL Teams
Kickoff/Punt Coverage
D
Kicking
C+
Punting
A+
Kickoff/Punt Returning
D
Special Teams Comments
Stephen Gostowski kicker cost the Titans late, but was efficient and hit a 50+ yard FG.
Play of the Game
Coaching Grades
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