High-scoring, big-play Titans are as entertaining as we’ve ever seen them

By John Glennon

At some point, the odds tell us the joyride will come to an end.

At some point, the Titans' defense will dig too deep a hole, surrender too many points, for even this offense to bail it out.

But until that happens, well, are you not entertained?

Another question to ponder in the aftermath of the Titans' 42-36 overtime victory over Houston on Sunday: Has watching this team ever been so enjoyable?

This is the Titans, after all, a team that – even in the franchise's best years – has seldom kept fans glued to their seats for fear of missing another highlight-reel offensive play. Only twice since the Titans started playing at Nissan more than two decades ago – in 1999 and 2003 – did this team even finish among the league's top 10 team when it came to scoring.

But this year? Don't spend too long re-filling your glass in the kitchen. Take your bathroom breaks strategically. Because chances are, this Titans offense is going to do something memorable.

It's not every day, after all, that a team produces a 300-yard passer, 200-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver in the same game. It's not every day a running back like Derrick Henry rattles off a 94-yard touchdown catch and adds a 52-yard reception -- on the way to 264 total yards. It's . . .

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