t have the best protection, either. He was sacked five times and regularly pressured in the pocket. Titans coach Mike Mularkey said the four-turnover performance wasn't all Mariota's fault. "First one sailed on him, there's no doubt
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey and quarterback Marcus Mariota talk to media following their Week 11 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
he was hired as an assistant coach/defense in Nashville. Hired under Ken Whisenhunt, LeBeau was retained when Mike Mularkey assumed the head coaching position. Under his guidance, the Titans ' defense has generally been the weaker link on
quarterback galloping outside the pocket, defenses collapsed on Murray and Henry. The good news for Titans fans is that Mike Mularkey said this week that he plans to get the quarterback's legs going more. A few big runs from Mariota should open lanes
Watch the best of the Tennessee Titans Week 10 postgame press conference following their 24-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, including sound from head coach Mike Mularkey and quarterback Marcus Mariota.
last five games. The big number there came thanks to a last-minute run from Derrick Henry . The bread and butter of Mike Mularkey 's attack -- the running backs -- have carried a bit of crusty mold lately. With that thought, the Titans have
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey and quarterback Marcus Mariota talk to media following their Week 9 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
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coverages with [Davis] out there. Maybe it helps [tight end] Delanie [ Walker ], as well. It should help," coach Mike Mularkey said, per ESPN's Cameron Wolfe. "[Davis has] got to produce out there and show that he is that threat we think
quarter. Again restricted to the pocket, Mariota faced frequent pressure from Cleveland's front seven. Head coach Mike Mularkey 's exotic smashmouth offense, which has been reduced to just smashmouth recently, failed to break 100 yards on the
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey and quarterback Marcus Mariota address the media after a Week 7 win against the Cleveland Browns.
slowed by the injury, took 12 totes for 40 yards. Coach Mike Mularkey said the time-share is ideally what the Titans are ..... good model of what we're looking for," Titans coach Mike Mularkey said. "Both guys are physical runners, not far off
When you're built like a pass rusher and run like a scatback, you'd think your head coach would find a way to get you the ball more. It seems like Mike Mularkey has figured this out, saying that he plans to use Henry as his go-to back in the fourth quarter for the remainder of the season. Huzzah! ...
efforts on the evening. Marcus Mariota gutted that sucker out. It was so obvious he couldn't move. It was so obvious Mike Mularkey wanted to play Matt Cassel about as bad as he wants to watch "Cruel Intentions" instead of film of his run game
Monday night. The usually fleet-footed Mariota opted to stay in the pocket instead of freelance outside; coach Mike Mularkey even said, via the broadcast, that the plan was for Mariota "to take a sack" if necessary. Despite evidence to
Colts after missing last week with a hamstring injury. "It is going to come down to a lot of things," Titans coach Mike Mularkey told reporters Friday. "It might be a game-time decision. Can he play and not risk himself further injury? That
quarterback will return to game action. "He did more today than he did last week, and that's a good sign," coach Mike Mularkey said of his QB. "He's got to be able to move around pretty good to be able to play, and not put himself in a position
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey , left, shakes the hand of Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, at the end of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, in Miami Gardens, Fla. The Dolphins defeated the Titans 16-10. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey gestures from the sidelines, during the first half of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Joel Auerbach)
against a Dolphins defense that has given up just 77.7 yards on the ground through three games. But if Cassel starts, Mike Mularkey will need to get back to "exotic smashmouth" to have a chance on the road. It's an understatement to say the Dolphins
pregame checkup. That's the latest from Titans coach Mike Mularkey on his injured quarterback, who is listed as questionable ..... Titans are leaning toward sitting their star, though Mike Mularkey 's offense is nowhere near as effective without the
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Marcus Mariota . "I'm going to take it day by day with Marcus and make sure we're smart with him," Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday of his starting quarterback, who suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's 57-14 thrashing at the hands
10 for 96 yards, 2 INT, 4 rushes, 39 yards, 2 TD) at halftime with a hamstring injury -- a devastating blow to Mike Mularkey 's offense. Mariota was shoving passes into bracketed coverage. For the better part of 30 minutes, he was all but
torn ACL. 3. Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota injured his hamstring in the team's loss the Texans . Mike Mularkey says Mariota will undergo an MRI. 4. Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon (knee) is active against the