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The Tennessee Titans held a commanding lead in the NFL Playoff race until last week. Now with only three games remaining, their playoff hopes are in serious jeopardy.

Overshadowed by the massive snow-out in Buffalo and the ACL tear of Carson Wentz, NFL Week 14 secretly saw the demise and destruction of some of 2017’s playoff hopefuls.

The Tennessee Titans are among a handful of AFC teams fighting to secure a playoff spot. Yet their hopes are now in serious jeopardy, as the competition continues to gain ground and only three tough games remain.

Two brothers from New York, Dan Salem and Todd Salem, debate the Tennessee Titans in today’s NFL Sports Debate.
Todd Salem:

Baltimore lost a heart-breaker in Week 14 to Pittsburgh (as the Steelers continue to win but not cover like Jimmy the Greek is the assistant VP). With the loss, the Ravens fall out of the current sixth spot in the AFC, and into a 7-6 tie with Buffalo and the Chargers/Chiefs. This was a crushing defeat for Baltimore, who… oh never mind. The Ravens final three games of the season are against Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Cincinnati.

That means the Tennessee Titans are in real trouble. At 8-4, Tennessee fell to Arizona in an ugly game. The Titans are just a game ahead of that sixth-place triumvirate and are in deep trouble. With games remaining against the Rams and Jaguars, Tennessee does not have the feel of a playoff team.

Marcus Mariota has not been good this season and was very bad against the Cardinals. It is hard to understand why. He has weapons around him. There were some positive expectations for this team, especially offensively, entering the year. It has collected wins thanks to a good home record and weak road wins. The pieces are here, but they don’t fit.

Overall, this feels like a different team after Week 3’s victory over Jacksonville. The next week, the Titans got blown out by Deshaun Watson and the Texans. Since then, they are skating by, recipients of one of the easiest schedules imaginable, which is masking the actual production of the franchise.

Beyond Mariota, or maybe because of him, the skill players have not lived up to the hype. DeMarco Murray hasn’t had a good year and has been passed on the depth chart by Derrick Henry. Corey Davis has been injured and then invisible in his rookie year. The rest of the receiver corps has been a disappointment as well. This was supposed to be a breakout group. It instead looks broken.

The Tennessee Titans held a commanding lead in the NFL Playoff race until last week. Now with only three games remaining, their playoff hopes are in serious jeopardy.

Overshadowed by the massive snow-out in Buffalo and the ACL tear of Carson Wentz, NFL Week 14 secretly saw the demise and destruction of some of 2017’s playoff hopefuls.

The Tennessee Titans are among a handful of AFC teams fighting to secure a playoff spot. Yet their hopes are now in serious jeopardy, as the competition continues to gain ground and only three tough games remain.

Two brothers from New York, Dan Salem and Todd Salem, debate the Tennessee Titans in today’s NFL Sports Debate.
Todd Salem:

Baltimore lost a heart-breaker in Week 14 to Pittsburgh (as the Steelers continue to win but not cover like Jimmy the Greek is the assistant VP). With the loss, the Ravens fall out of the current sixth spot in the AFC, and into a 7-6 tie with Buffalo and the Chargers/Chiefs. This was a crushing defeat for Baltimore, who… oh never mind. The Ravens final three games of the season are against Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Cincinnati.

That means the Tennessee Titans are in real trouble. At 8-4, Tennessee fell to Arizona in an ugly game. The Titans are just a game ahead of that sixth-place triumvirate and are in deep trouble. With games remaining against the Rams and Jaguars, Tennessee does not have the feel of a playoff team.

Marcus Mariota has not been good this season and was very bad against the Cardinals. It is hard to understand why. He has weapons around him. There were some positive expectations for this team, especially offensively, entering the year. It has collected wins thanks to a good home record and weak road wins. The pieces are here, but they don’t fit.

Overall, this feels like a different team after Week 3’s victory over Jacksonville. The next week, the Titans got blown out by Deshaun Watson and the Texans. Since then, they are skating by, recipients of one of the easiest schedules imaginable, which is masking the actual production of the franchise.

Beyond Mariota, or maybe because of him, the skill players have not lived up to the hype. DeMarco Murray hasn’t had a good year and has been passed on the depth chart by Derrick Henry. Corey Davis has been injured and then invisible in his rookie year. The rest of the receiver corps has been a disappointment as well. This was supposed to be a breakout group. It instead looks broken.

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One, sure way for the sun to set on Pete Carroll’s shiny disposition?

Ask him how his Seahawks are going to replace Richard Sherman for the rest of this season.

“I don’t know. I don’t even know how to address that right now,” the coach said in the stunned aftermath of Seattle losing its three-time All-Pro cornerback to a torn Achilles tendon during Thursday night’s win at Arizona.

When the Seahawks (6-3) host Atlanta (5-4) next Monday it will be their first game without Sherman since 2010. That was the season before he entered the league as Seattle’s fifth-round draft choice.

The Seahawks have played 105 consecutive regular-season games, 12 more in the playoffs–including two Super Bowls and the franchise’s only NFL title–with Sherman there. He’s started every one of Seattle’s games at left cornerback since Oct. 30, 2011.

Now there’s a gaping void there.

“He’s just been a bastion of consistency, competitiveness and toughness through all of the stuff that we’ve worked through. It’s been awesome,” Carroll said. “It’s been hard. It’s been challenging. And he’s been extraordinary. Almost an iconic player in this league.

“He’s going to have to sit. I’ll try not to go overboard on this, but that’s just the way I feel. We’ll miss the heck out of him. He’ll been with us every step of the way when he can, but we’ll miss the heck out of him.”

Opponents for years have usually avoided throwing to Sherman’s side of the field, often leaving the rest of the Seahawks’ defense only having to defend 75 percent of the field.

Those days and weeks are over. At least for this year. And Sherman’s beyond isn’t exactly set, either.

Good thing Rick Smith likes John Schneider. If not, the Seahawks wouldn’t have a veteran starting cornerback ready to replace Sherman, although not at all near Sherman’s level.

Jeremy Lane replaced Sherman for the final 1½ quarters in the win over the Cardinals. Seattle traded him to Houston a couple weeks ago while acquiring left tackle Duane Brown. But Lane had a bruised thigh and strained groin at the time and had missed two of the last three games when he failed his trade physical with Texans doctors.

Smith, Houston’s general manager, could have walked away from the deal and taken Brown back. Instead, he agreed to the contingency plan Schneider, Seattle’s GM who has consulted with Smith for years, proposed. The Seahawks got Brown and a fifth-round choice of Houston’s in 2018, and the Texans got a third-round pick in 2018 from Seattle plus a second-round choice in 2019.

Lane, 27, has started 19 games and played in 62 during his NFL career, all for Seattle. He’s been the Seahawks’ primary nickel back inside in recent seasons, and that role is why the team signed him to a four-year, $23 million extension before the 2016 season. He had a poor ’16 season in coverage and penalties.

He began this season as the starter at right cornerback, opposite Sherman. Then Lane got ejected early from the opener Sept. 10 at Green Bay for a pushing altercation with Packers receiver Davante Adams. On Oct. 1, after four starts, he strained his groin during the win against Indianapolis. Rookie Shaquill Griffin took Lane’s right-cornerback job, and Justin Coleman his nickel spot.

Now, Lane’s healthy—and Sherman’s immediate replacement.

The Seahawks have other options. Again, none are nearer to Sherman’s level of performance or reputation.

DeShawn Shead, the starting right cornerback, could be an option. Eventually. He remains on the physically-unable-to-perform list following reconstructive knee surgery in January and a follow-up procedure this summer.

The Seahawks have until a week from Tuesday, the day after week 11 of the NFL season ends, to decide whether Shead is healthy enough to practice. If that answer is yes before or by Nov. 21, Seattle has three weeks to either add him to active roster or put him on injured reserve for the rest of this season.

Byron Maxwell is available. Another former Seahawks starting cornerback opposite Sherman, Maxwell got released by Miami Oct. 24 and is a free agent. The 29-year old began his NFL career with Seattle the same season Sherman did, in 2011. He started 17 regular-season games and all six postseason ones for the Seahawks in the 2013 and ’14 seasons, including Super Bowl 48 and 49.

Then he signed a six-year, $63 million contract with Philadelphia before the 2015 season. That was the only one he played for the Eagles. He started 13 games for Miami last season and two this season before the Dolphins cut him.

At 6 feet 1, 198 pounds, Maxwell has the size and length the Seahawks like in cornerbacks, and he obviously knows Carroll’s step-kick technique off the line of scrimmage and coverage system many Seattle imports (remember Cary Williams?) can’t grasp. Expect the Seahawks to at least call—or to have already called—to see how Maxwell might be able to fit.

Sherman turns 30 before next season, the last one of his contract. His salary for 2018 is scheduled to be a non-guaranteed $11 million, with a $13.2 million salary-cap charge.

Any idea the Seahawks might offer Sherman another extension before next season is a more remote possibility with his injury. The Achilles tear also greatly reduced his and Seattle’s leverage for any trade, which the Seahawks so publicly entertained last offseason.

For now, the Seahawks seem more likely to welcome Sherman back for 2018 at his current pay, to offer the opportunity to earn the extension and be motivated for a strong rebound season–plus possible free agency riches in the spring of 2019 at age 31.

And for now, there’s gaping hole on the left side of the Seahawks’ defense that hasn’t been there since 2010. One that Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the Falcons will be spending all this week preparing to target next Monday night.

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The Rams smacked Houston at home 33-7 on Sunday, keeping Los Angeles (7-2) one game ahead of the Seahawks atop the division.

The Rams have won six of their last seven games. The one loss was last month to Seattle.

The Seahawks are currently the fifth seed in the NFC playoff picture, ahead on tiebreakers of Carolina (6-3) with seven games remaining in the regular season.. The top six in the conference make the postseason.

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The San Francisco 49ers announced multiple roster moves Tuesday, cutting veteran tight end Logan Paulsen and defensive lineman Xavier Cooper while re-signing cornerback Leon Hall and officially announcing the signing of defensive end Datone Jones.

The addition of Hall comes as no surprise as the 49ers may be without nickel cornerback K’Waun Williams against the Eagles this week due to a quadriceps injury. 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters Monday there was a likelihood of re-signing Hall, who first signed with the 49ers on October 2 and was released last week.

“I think there’s a good chance we probably will have to bring Leon back. Depends how we want to look into all that though,” Shanahan said.

Jones’s signing was first reported Monday night by Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. Now in his fifth NFL season, Jones, who was a first-round draft pick of the Packers in 2013, is the latest player the 49ers have brought in to boost the defensive line with Arik Armstead and Aaron Lynch out due to injuries.

Paulsen was originally signed by the 49ers in the offseason and was released last week, only to be brought back for Sunday’s game against Dallas with fullback Kyle Juszczyk out due to a back injury. Cooper was claimed off waivers from the Cleveland Browns at the end of the preseason and played in five games with the 49ers, registering seven tackles and 0.5 sacks.