TITANS vs. BROWNS
Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020
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• The Titans scored 35 total points, registering their fourth game of 2020 with at least 35 points. It is the second consecutive season they have had at least four 35-point performances (five in 2019) and the sixth season in franchise history with at least four 35-point games (1960, 1961, 1988, 2012).
• For the fourth season in franchise history, the Titans have scored at least 30 points on seven different occasions. It is the first time since 2003 (eight games) that they have scored 30-plus points seven times, and the only other years in which the team accomplished the feat were 1961 (nine games) and 1988 (seven).
• The Titans scored 28 points in the second half, their most in the second half of a game since they had a 35-point second half against Jacksonville on Nov. 24, 2019.
• With 431 total net yards of offense, the Titans registered their third consecutive game reaching the 400-yard mark. It is the first time the team accomplished the feat since Oct. 1-16, 2000.
• The Titans recorded their sixth overall game in 2020 with at least 400 total net yards. It is only the sixth season in franchise history that the team reached 400 total net yards on six different occasions, but it is the second consecutive season doing so after accomplishing the feat in 2019.
• After tallying 25 first downs against the Browns, the Titans have a current streak of four consecutive games with at least 25 total first downs, which is the longest current streak in the NFL. Going back to the beginning of the 1991 campaign, it is the first time the Titans/Oilers have had more than three consecutive games with 25-plus first downs. Since 1991, the franchise's only other streak of three games with 25 or more first downs was Nov. 7-21, 1993.
• For the second consecutive week, the Titans scored four touchdowns on five total red zone possessions. For the season, they have scored touchdowns on 36 of 48 (75.0 percent) of their trips inside the opponent's 20-yard line.
WR CAMERON BATSON
• Totaled three receptions for 14 yards and one touchdown, and he added four kickoff returns for 83 yards. He scored his first career touchdown on an eight-yard pass from Ryan Tannehill in the fourth quarter.
WR A.J. BROWN
• Totaled 87 yards on four receptions, including a 40-yard reception in the second quarter. It was his NFL-leading 12th reception of at least 40 yards since the beginning of his 2019 rookie season.
CB MALCOLM BUTLER
• Credited with a team-high eight tackles.
WR COREY DAVIS
• Led the team and set career highs with 11 receptions and 182 receiving yards. His previous highs were nine catches and 161 receiving yards against Philadelphia on Sept. 30, 2018.
• Became the third player in franchise history and the first since Drew Bennett on Dec. 13, 2004 against Kansas City to post minimums of 11 receptions, 180 receiving yards and one touchdown in a game. The only player other than Davis and Bennett to accomplish the feat for the organization was Charlie Hennigan (13-272-1) at the Boston Patriots on Oct. 13, 1961.
• Became the first Titans player with 11 or more receptions in a game since on Dec. 15, 2013, when Kendall Wright had 12 catches against the Arizona Cardinals.
• Recorded the fourth-most receiving yards in a game in the franchise's "Titans era" (since 1999). Davis' 182 receiving yards were the most by any Titans player in a game since Oct. 24, 2010, when Kenny Britt totaled 225 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles.
• Scored a touchdown on a 17-yard grab in the second quarter. He tied his career high, originally set in 2018, with his fourth touchdown catch of the season. It was his 10th career touchdown reception.
• Reached the 2,500-yard career receiving mark on his first reception. He became the 18th player in franchise history to hit the number.
• Registered receptions of 43 yards and 22 yards in the third quarter, each of which set up Titans touchdowns.
• On an 18-yard reception in the third quarter, he went over the 100-yard mark in a game for the sixth time in his career and for the fourth time in 2020, extending his career high.
TE ANTHONY FIRKSER
• Totaled 51 yards on five receptions. It was the second-highest reception total of his career and the third-highest yardage total of his career.
RB DERRICK HENRY
• Totaled 60 yards on 15 rushing attempts (4.0 avg.) and added a nine-yard reception. He had his streak of 14 consecutive games without a fumble ended in the first quarter.
T DENNIS KELLY
• Appeared in his 100th career regular season game.
P BRETT KERN
• Totaled three punts for a 46.0-yard gross average and a 45.7-yard net average.
LB DAVID LONG JR.
• Recorded his first career start in the regular season and was credited with six tackles.
RB JEREMY McNICHOLS
• Caught three passes for 15 yards and totaled two rushing attempts for two yards, including his first career touchdown. He scored on a one-yard run in the fourth quarter.
TE MYCOLE PRUITT
• Scored two touchdowns in a game for the first time in his career.
• Recorded a 22-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter for the longest touchdown catch of his career. On the play, he established a new career high with his second touchdown reception of the season.
• Recovered an offensive fumble at the three-yard line and plunged into the end zone for a touchdown in the third quarter. It was the third offensive fumble recovery for a touchdown in franchise history and the team's first since Dec. 28, 2003, when Erron Kinney accomplished the feat.
OLB TUZAR SKIPPER
• Recorded his first career start and was credited with a career-high four tackles.
QB RYAN TANNEHILL
• Completed 29 of 45 passes for 389 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. His passer rating of 104.8 gave him eight games in 2020 and 16 games in his 22 starts with the team (2019-20) with a passer rating of at least 100.0.
• Completed a 17-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis in the second quarter, a 22-yard touchdown pass to MyCole Pruitt in the third quarter and an eight-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Batson in the fourth quarter. It was the 21st game of his career and his fourth game in 2020 with at least three touchdown passes.
• Registered his 18th performance in two seasons with the Titans with at least two touchdown passes. He has nine multi-touchdown games in 2020.
• Tallied his ninth consecutive game with at least one touchdown pass.
• Tied for fourth place in franchise history with 26 touchdown passes in 2020. The only player in team annals with as many were George Blanda (36 in 1961; 27 in 1962), Warren Moon (33 in 1990) and Marcus Mariota (26 in 2016).
• With 26 touchdown passes in 2020, his total is the second-highest of his nine-year NFL career behind only the 27 touchdown passes he threw for the Miami Dolphins in 2014.
• His 389 passing yards accounted for the fourth-highest total of his career and his second-highest total with the Titans. In the past two seasons, his yardage against the Browns was surpassed only by his 391 passing yards at Oakland on Dec. 8, 2019.
S KENNY VACCARO
• Recovered a fumble and raced 53 yards on the return to help set up a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. It was his fourth career fumble recovery and his first since Oct. 15, 2017 against the Detroit Lions as a member of the New Orleans Saints. He added six tackles against the Browns.