The five best moments of the Tennessee Titans 2013 season


The Tennessee Titans had an up-and-down season that ended with a 7-9 record in 2013. They kept up to pace with the Indianapolis Colts in AFC South for some of the season, and there were plenty of nice moments throughout the year. Here are the five best moments this team had in 2013.

5. Titans steal win in St. Louis 28-21

In Week 9, Tennessee traveled to St. Louis to take on the Rams. The Titans looked to move to 4-4 while visiting the talented but struggling 3-5 Rams.

Jake Locker finished with just 13 completions for 185 yards with no touchdowns, two picks and four sacks.

The Titans defense did its job though, forcing two fumble recoveries, holding Kellen Clemens to 210 passing yards while Tennesse’s rushing game finished with 198 yards on the ground.

After a 14-14 tie with three quarters in the books, Jake Locker and Jared Cook traded touchdowns before Chris Johnson had a 19-yard touchdown with 2:54 left, the final score of the game.

With the win, Tennessee moved to .500.

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