New Orleans Saints 21-23 Tennessee Titans: Saints fail with late two-point conversion as Titans extend win streak to six

Ryan Tannehill finished 19 of 27 with 213 yards and a touchdown, while Marcus Johnson took the lead in Julio Jones’s absence with five traps for 100 yards as the Tennessee Titans beat the New Orleans Saints 23-21 for their sixth straight win.

The Tennessee Titans continued their push to the playoffs, beating the New Orleans Saints 23-21 and moving 8-2 a year for their sixth straight win on Sunday.

Ryan Tannehill finished 19 of 27 for 213 yards and landed as the Titans were leading with 14 points in the third quarter, while Saints reserve quarterback Trevor Simian had 19 of 34 for 298 yards and two points backed by 108 Mark Ingram points. yards in the absence of Alvin Camar.

Preparations for Week 10 saw NFL refereeing come under scrutiny following a controversial, mocking call against Chicago Bears midfielder Cassius Marsh in his team’s defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night; The refereeing remained an unwelcome topic of conversation in the first half of Sunday, as the Saints were denied interception due to rough handling of Tennessee’s 13-6 lead at half-time on a decisive touchdown.

Marcus Williams knocked out Tannehill in the back of the end zone only for play to be resumed after Caden Elliss was toughly flagged for minimal contact during an attack on the Titans quarterback, who took advantage of the second opportunity with a one yard hurry to score with five games. later.

Michael Pruitt’s touchdown brought the Titans a 14-point lead early in match three before Ingram narrowed the gap to 20-12 with a 13-yard run on the day he became the all-time Saints leader in fast yards.

The teams exchanged shots for a field goal in the fourth quarter until the Titans held out to win as the Saints recorded their seventh consecutive unsuccessful two-point conversion trying to level the game.

Tennessee, who had already conceded Julio Jones, lost a shot from Bud Dupree due to a stomach injury, while the Saints all-round weapon Ty Montgomery left the game with a toe problem.

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