2020 Titans game, a final feat for the 2007 Patriots

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The 2020 Titans are 4-0. On Tuesday night, they accomplished something for the last time by the only team to go undefeated in a 16-game regular season in league history. They did it against the same opponent.

According to NFL Research, the Titans became the first team to score a touchdown on every possession in the red zone (with a minimum of six), commit no rolls and allow zero sacks since Week 11 of the 2007 season, when the Patriots did it to the Bills in a blowout 56-10.

There’s another connection, beyond the fact that the Bills were on the wrong side of every game: Mike Vrabel coaches the successful Tennessee team, and he played for the 2007 Patriots.

After barely beating the Broncos, Jaguars and Vikings, the Titans (despite a 16-day hiatus) put in an impressive performance, making them the only undefeated team in the AFC other than the Steelers. They face the Steelers in Week 7, a game postponed from Week 4.



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