Most of the first two games of the season have been fantastic for the San Diego Chargers and their new coaching staff. In fact, seven of the eight quarters that have been played were played well. However, that's not enough to know if this team is any good or not. The Houston Texans could've been knocking off rust, and the Philadelphia Eagles look like they were vastly overrated after beating a pretty pathetic Washington Redskins team.
Most of the first two games of the season have been fantastic for the Tennessee Titans. Their young QB has avoided turning the ball over, the offensive line looks greatly improved and they very nearly escaped from last week's matchup against the Texans with a 2-0 record and a head start in the AFC South division. However, many still question if their offense can put up enough points to win games.
So, to recap:
- Both the Chargers and Titans played well against the Texans, but both teams lost in the end. The Texans are relatively lucky to be 2-0.
- The Titans beat an overrated Steelers team. The Chargers beat an overrated Eagles team.
Today, we get a better idea of which of these two teams is for real and which one is not.
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