Titans run to win, sprint to 6-0

No one mistook LenDale White for Jamaican speedster Usain Bolt. And there was no confusing Chris Johnson with Rush’s Neil Peart, arguably the greatest rock drummer of all-time, writes Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

For the first time since 1977, the Titans (the then-Houston Oilers) had two players rush for more than 100 yards (Rob Carpenter — 149 — and Ronnie Coleman — 101 — did it against, coincidentally, the Chiefs that year). With that strong of a performance from the running game, the Titans sure looked the part of the NFL’s lone remaining unbeaten team. MORE

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