Glennon’s 10 takeaways from Titans’ one-point win over Vikings

Almost one quarter of the way through the Titans' 2020 season, it's hard to figure out exactly what to make of this team.

The bottom line, of course, is that the Titans are 3-0, off to their best start since 2008. Tennessee is one of only six undefeated teams left in the league following the Titans' 31-30 win at Minneapolis on Sunday.

But it's also fair to say there's still plenty of room for improvement, considering the Titans have beaten three teams with a combined record of 1-8 by a total of six points – and needed three game-winning drives to do so.

“We would love to play blow-outs and win them, but that's not the reality of it,” Titans coach Mike Vrabel said. “(Close victories) are not something we want to rely on, but it's something we want to continue to build on. We're excited and appreciative we're 3-0. We've found ways to win as opposed to finding ways to lose.”

The Titans trailed by double digits – 24-12 – in the second half against Minnesota. But that's not exactly uncharted territory for this team, which trailed in Week One and was tied late in the second half last week against Jacksonville. Through three weeks, the Titans have done what they absolutely had to do when they absolutely had to – whether that's meant driving for late . . .

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