Recap: Tennessee Titans falter in all phases in second half, lose to NY Giants (2022)

The Tennessee Titans host the New York Giants in Sunday’s season opener (3:25 p.m., Fox).

In 2022, the Titans will aim for a third consecutive AFC South title and a fourth straight playoff appearance under reigning NFL Coach of the Year Mike Vrabel.

The Giants, led by first-year coach Brian Daboll, face the Titans for the first time since 2018, a 17-0 shutout by Tennessee at MetLife Stadium. The Giants last played at Nissan Stadium in 2014, a 36-7 rout by New York.

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Postgame

We'll have plenty of stories, videos and analysis coming tonight. Start here:

Fourth quarter

FINAL: Giants 21, Titans 20. Randy Bullock's 47-yard field goal is wide left.

18 seconds left: Kyle Philips with a big catch to the Giants' 27. But the Titans call timeout to avoid a delay of game penalty on the next play, their final timeout.

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23 seconds left: Another Giants defensive holding penalty. 1st down Titans, now just inside Giants territory.

29 seconds left: Another Tannehill pass deflected at the line of scrimmage. 3rd and 4 from the Titans' 47.

37 seconds left: Titans first down after a Giants defensive holding penalty. The third down pass was batted down at the line of scrimmage. Titans to the their own 41 yard line.

41 seconds left: After a Taylor Lewan false start, two short catches by Kyle Philips produces third and four.

1:06 left: Touchdown, Giants. Chris Myrick TD catch from Daniel Jones. Giants going for two.

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Saquon Barkley is in for the two-point conversion on a shovel pass, bouncing the play outside and diving into the end zone. Giants 21, Titans 20. Wow.

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1:06 left, Titans have one timeout. NYG's first lead of the day.

1:16 left: Titans call timeout after Saquon Barkley runs to the Tennessee 3. First and goal, Giants. NYG go for two if they score a TD?

1:54 left: Daniel Jones bootleg scramble for a first down to the Titans' 14. Wow.

Two-minute warning: Daniel Jones to the Titans' 17. 4th and 1 from there after the two-minute warning. Play of the game.

3:44 left: Saquon Barkley to the Titans' 26. Kristian Fulton punches the ball out, but it goes out of bounds. Intense finish coming up.

4:55 left: Richie James first-down catch. Giants getting toward midfield.

6:16 left: Ryan Tannehill checks to a tight end end-around on third and 1. It did not go well. Derrick Henry was lined up at running back on the play. Titans will punt.

7:42 left: Chig Okonkwo with his first NFL catch and a Titans first down. Giants will challenge whether or not Okonkwo was down closer to the Titans' 30, but it will still be a first down catch.

8:50 left: Daniel Jones throws a interception to Amani Hooker in the end zone on third down. Ill-advised is not strong enough to describe how poor the throw and decision was by the fourth-year quarterback. Titans ball.

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10:15 left: The Titans defense will need a stand here.

10:38 left: Daniel Jones incomplete on third down, targeting Richie James. Giants will punt.

And then Kyle Philips muffs the punt. Giants ball deep in Titans teritory.

11:43 left: Jeffery Simmons TFL.

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14:24 left: Titans will punt after a three-and-out. Tennessee is 3-of-10 on third downs today.

Before we get to the fourth quarter, let's make a point to mention the Colts and Texans, who played to a 20-all tie in Houston. That may prove important in the AFC South down the road.

Third quarter

1:20 left: Daniel Jones is sacked on third down by Rashad Weaver. Jones probably could have scrambled for a shot at the first down. Titans force a punt.

2:53 left: Dontrell Hilliard left alone in the flat, and he sprints into the end zone down the left sideline for a 23-yard touchdown. Hilliard has two touchdown catches today, because of course. Titans 20, Giants 13.

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3:00 left: Aaron Brewer called for holding for the second time today. Still, Titans inside the Giants 30.

7:05 left: Another big play over the middle, this time to Treylon Burks for 27 yards. Titans are driving.

7:52 left: Kyle Philips picks up 20 yards over the middle on an excellent throw from Ryan Tannehill.

8:48 left: It's a new game at Nissan Stadium. Sterling Shepard 65-yard touchdown reception on a missed assignment by Kristian Fulton. Titans 13, Giants 13.

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  • Ola Adeniyi is questionable to return with a shoulder injury, the Titans announced.

9:44 left: Dontrell Hilliard drop on third down, and the Titans will punt. Giants now outgaining Tennessee.

11:16 left: Saquon Barkley scores on a 5-yard touchdown run. Giants have a bad snap on extra point, so Titans lead 13-6.

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12:45 left: Saquon Barkley is free. He sprints down the sidelines, with Kevin Byard angling him out at the Titans' 22. A 68-yard run.

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That came after a fumbled snap by Derrick Henry in the wildcat formation on third and short and a huge punt by Ryan Stonehouse.

14:00 left: Taylor Lewan limps off on first drive, and Dennis Daley is in at left tackle.

Second quarter

HALFTIME: Titans 13, Giants 0

16 seconds left: Every time the Giants offense has a positive play, something bad happens. Jeffery Simmons is held on a screen to Saquon Barkley. Giants' final first half drive is stymied.

1:05 left: The Titans drive stalls out at midfield, with Tannehill's third down throw incomplete into tight coverage.

2:26 left: Derrick Henry over right guard for 18 yards. His first big run of the day.

3:03 left: Ryan Tannehill scrambles down the left sidelines for a first down.

4:09 left: Kevin Strong bats down the third down pass from Daniel Jones. The Giants offense is dreadful, at least to this point. Tennessee can make it a three-score game with a scoring drive heading into halftime.

7:00 left: Randy Bullock on for another field goal. This one, from 23 yards, is good. Titans 13, Giants 0. Titans have 14 pass attempts, nine rushes.

  • Giants rookie wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson is out for the rest of the game with a knee injury, the team announced. The rookie from Kentucky had one catch for five yards.

9:11 left: A defensive holding penalty gives Titans a first down on a short third down gain. Then Tannehill rolls right and finds Cody Hollister on the sidelines for 22 yards. Titans threatening again.

10:00 left: Jeffery Simmons strip sack from blind side, and Bud Dupree recovers the ball in Giants territory. Titans defense looks good.

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11:55 left: Saquon Barkley's first impact is a 15-yard carry over the right side. If the Giants have a chance today, he'll have to factor.

12:39 left: Ryan Tannehill is hit as he throws, and his third down pass is incomplete. Randy Bullock's 46-yard attempt is good. Titans 10, Giants 0.

14:44 left: Dontrell Hilliard is wiiiiiide open on third down. He's into Giants territory on a 31-yard catch-and-run.

  • A.J. Moore is out for the rest of the game with an ankle injury, the team announces.

First quarter

End of the first quarter: Derrick Henry has six carries for 20 yards. Not much daylight yet. Titans lead 7-0.

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41 seconds left: Sure looked like a Giants defensive back had every bit of Treylon Burks on a deep ball that fell incomplete. Wow.

3:39 left: Jeffery Simmons sack. Bud Dupree may get a half-sack, too.

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4:25 left: Rashad Weaver TFL on a Daniel Jones zone read.

4:30 left: Ryan Stonehouse with a good punt, but a decent return and NYG will setup at their own 40.

6:19 left: Giants not going downfield so far. After a first down, NYG will punt.

9:48 left: Dontrell Hilliard touchdown reception is the first Titans touchdown of 2022. Bet you didn't have that on the betting card. Extra point good. Titans 7, Gians no score.

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10:28 left: Ryan Tannehill rolls left, finds Treylon Burks along the sidelines. First and goal, Titans.

12:48 left: Three runs and a Giants three-and-out. Then, Kyle Philips breaks off a 46-yard return into NYG territory. It's Kyle Philips season!

15:00 left: Been a fun day in the NFL so far. Titans win the toss and will defer. Daniel Jones and the Giants will have the ball first.

Pregame

Some pregame reading and notes:

Two young Giants pass rushers are out for today's game. Full inactives here.

It wasn't a clean sweep, but the vast majority of our experts believe the Titans will win Sunday.

Ben Arthur went down to Yulee, Florida to learn more about Derrick Henry. It's a good read.

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Ben Arthur covers the Tennessee Titans for The USA TODAY Network. Contact him at barthur@gannett.com and follow him on Twitter at @benyarthur.

This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Tennessee Titans score vs New York Giants: Week 1 NFL updates

FAQs

How did Titans lose to Giants? ›

The Tennessee Titans collapsed in their season opener Sunday, falling to the New York Giants 21-20 after placekicker Randy Bullock missed a game-winning field goal from 47 yards as time expired at Nissan Stadium. The Titans led 13-0 at halftime but were outclassed in the second half.

How did the Giants Titans game end? ›

The Giants won, 21-20, as Tennessee field goal kicker Randy Bullock missed from 47 yards as time expired.

Who won the Colts Titans game last night? ›

Final: Titans 24, Colts 17

Matt Ryan went 27-of-37 for 356 yards, with 2 touchdowns to Mo Alie-Cox and an interception. He also fumbled three times, losing one. Colts tight ends had 11 catches for 180 yards. Jonathan Taylor had 20 carries for 42 yards, most of those yards coming in the third quarter.

What channel is the Titans game on today? ›

CBS. Watch Titans games live on CBS.

Why did the Titans lost to the Olympians? ›

Hades used the helm of darkness to steal away Cronus' weapons and Poseidon came at him with the trident. The distraction allowed Zeus to strike with lightning, and he downed Cronus. With the defeat of Cronus and the added power of the Cyclopes and Giants, the Olympians were able to defeat the Titans.

How did the Titans get overthrown? ›

Zeus and his brothers and sisters finally defeated the Titans after 10 years of fierce battles (the Titanomachia). The Titans were then hurled down by Zeus and imprisoned in a cavity beneath Tartarus.

How many sacks did the Titans have against the Giants? ›

Titans - Team Statistics - September 11, 2022 - ESPN.
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Yards per pass6.07.8
Interceptions thrown10
Sacks-Yards Lost5-321-0
Rushing23893
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Where did the Giants come from AOT? ›

Creation. All Titans were originally humans of a race of people called the Subjects of Ymir. Ymir Fritz was the first Titan, who became one after merging with a strange spine-like creature in a tree. Subjects of Ymir are all distantly related to her, connecting them to the paths which enables transformation.

Did Saquon Barkley score a touchdown? ›

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley front-flips over the goal line for his first touchdown of 2022. Your video will be available shortly.

How do I listen to the Titans on the radio? ›

Titans Radio | Tennessee Titans - TennesseeTitans.com
  1. TENNESSEE. WGFX 104.5 The Zone. NASHVILLE (FLAGSHIP) WCLE 104.1 FM. CLEVELAND. WQAK 105.7 FM. UNION CITY. ...
  2. ALABAMA. WWIC 1050 AM. SCOTTSBORO. WJOX 94.5 FM. BIRMINGHAM. WUMP 730 AM/103.9 FM. HUNTSVILLE. ...
  3. KENTUCKY. WPAD 1560 AM/99.5 FM. PADUCAH. WCBL AM 1290. BENTON. WVJS 1420 AM/92.9 FM.

What channel can I watch DC Titans on? ›

Right now you can watch Titans on HBO Max. You are able to stream Titans by renting or purchasing on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu.

Where can I watch the Tennessee Titans game today? ›

Watch the Titans live online with NFL Game Pass. Our Pro Annual subscription is the ultimate way to follow the 2022/23 NFL season. On top of being able to watch every* Titans game via live stream, you'll also have access to ALL* 272 live NFL matches, every playoff game, Super Bowl LVII, and daily news and updates.

Who is favored Colts or Titans? ›

Caesars Sportsbook lists Indianapolis as the 3.5-point favorite in the latest Titans vs. Colts odds.

Do the Raiders make the playoffs if the Colts lose? ›

Pro Football Network's Adam Beasley reported that with a Colts loss, the Chargers and Raiders would both get into the playoffs ... if they tied each other in the regular season finale.

How many times have Titans beat Colts? ›

The Titans have now beaten the Colts four straight times, and won five of the last six in the series.

Where were the Titans forced to go after losing to the Olympians? ›

The Titans, also known as the elder gods, ruled the earth before the Olympians overthew them. The ruler of the Titans was Cronus who was de-throned by his son Zeus. Most of the Titans fought with Cronus against Zeus and were punished by being banished to Tartarus.

Why was there a war between the Titans and the Olympians? ›

This event is also known as the War of the Titans, Battle of the Titans, Battle of the Gods, or just the Titan War. The war was fought to decide which generation of gods would have dominion over the universe; it ended in victory for the Olympian gods.

Who did the Titans lose too? ›

NASHVILLE – The start of a new season ended with a gut-punch for the Tennessee Titans. On NFL Kickoff Weekend, the Titans fell 21-20 to the Giants at Nissan Stadium as the team lost a second half lead, and then the game.

Do the Titans disappear at the end of AOT? ›

Though Eldia ultimately survived the Rumbling, more than 80 percent of the world perished and the Titans permanently disappeared from the world. Eren's wish to stop the wars and save his home were fulfilled.

Why did the Titans break the wall? ›

There are a few popular theories as to why the Colossal Titan and Armored Titan broke the wall. Some people believe that it was an act of terrorism, while others think that they were trying to escape. However, the most likely explanation is that they were looking for something inside Wall Maria.

Do Titans disappear after Eren dies? ›

If Eren dies without being eaten, then the Titan Shifters die with him.

How did Hercules defeat the Titans? ›

He then encounters and captures Stratos before using him to suck up Lythos, Hydros, and Pyros in his head and Hercules proceeded to throw the Titans into space, where the impact resulted in a spectacular cosmic explosion.

How did the gods defeat the Titans? ›

Zeus cast the fury of his thunderbolt at the Titans, defeating them and throwing them into Tartarus, with the Hundred-Handers as their guards.

How did Titans lose Bengals? ›

The No. 4-seeded Bengals overcame nine sacks and six penalties to shock the top-seeded Tennessee Titans, 19-16, when rookie kicker Evan McPherson kicked his fourth and final field goal Saturday, a 52-yarder that split the uprights as time expired.

Who destroyed the Titans? ›

According to the Orphic myth, Zeus destroyed the Titans with his thunderbolts, because the Titans had murdered and devoured his son Zagreus (Dionysus). From the smouldering ashes, mankind were created. See the Creation about the war between the Titans and the Olympians. I have divided the Titans into two.

How were the Giants defeated in Greek mythology? ›

Hermes, wearing Hades' helmet, killed Hippolytus, Artemis killed Gration, and the Moirai (Fates) killed Agrius and Thoas with bronze clubs. The rest of the giants were "destroyed" by thunderbolts thrown by Zeus, with each Giant being shot with arrows by Heracles (as the prophecy seemingly required).

Who saved Hercules from killing himself? ›

Hera, mad at him for being Zeus' son, sent madness upon him so we killed his wife and three sons. Who stops Hercules from killing himself? Theseus.

Who stopped the Titans and locked them up in Hercules? ›

They explain that the Titans wreaked havoc until Zeus overthrew them, which follows the Greek myth where Zeus imprisons the Titans and ends their rule over Earth. However, "Hercules" only shows four Titans, and there are actually 12 in the classic myth.

Where were the Titans forced to go after losing to the Olympians? ›

The Titans, also known as the elder gods, ruled the earth before the Olympians overthew them. The ruler of the Titans was Cronus who was de-throned by his son Zeus. Most of the Titans fought with Cronus against Zeus and were punished by being banished to Tartarus.

What happened during the Titanomachy? ›

The Titanomachy was a ten-year series of battles fought in Thessaly, consisting of most of the Titans (Mount Othrys) fighting against the Olympians (Mount Olympus) and their allies. The war was fought to decide which generation of gods would have domain over the Cosmos; it ended in victory for the Olympians.

What was Atlas's punishment? ›

According to Hesiod's Theogony, Atlas was one of the Titans who took part in their war against Zeus, for which as a punishment he was condemned to hold aloft the heavens.

What did Titans do to keep Bengals fans out? ›

Titans restrict electronic ticket transfers to discourage Bengals fans from attending playoff game. The Tennessee Titans have drawn up a scheme to stop the Cincinnati Bengals' "12th man" during their divisional playoff game Saturday with the AFC North champions.

Who did the Tennessee Titans lose to in the playoffs? ›

Burrow and the Bengals ousted the conference's top seed from the postseason Saturday in Nashville. They beat the Tennessee Titans, 19-16, in a rugged and dramatic AFC divisional-round playoff clash at Nissan Stadium. “It feels great,” Bengals Coach Zac Taylor said.

Did the Bengals ever go 0 16? ›

coach, and the Bengals and Lions are winless. Last season, we finally saw a team go 16-0 in the regular season, but we have never seen a team run it in reverse and complete an 0-16 campaign.

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