Titans can’t overcome slow, sloppy start in loss to Browns


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans proved they don’t quit no matter how far behind they are. Fixing the issues that resulted in their biggest halftime deficit of the season are crucial if Tennessee wants to win the AFC South for the first time since 2008. The Titans started so slowly they fell behind 38-7 at halftime Sunday, and scoring four touchdowns in the second half just wasn’t enough in losing 41-35 to the Cleveland Browns. Derrick Henry says it’s tough when spotting an NFL team 30 points. The Titans are tied atop the AFC South, though they have the tiebreaker over Indianapolis.

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Angela joined the News 12 team in November of 2017 as the weekend sports anchor and reporter. Angela is a proud member of an Army family, which means she has hometowns all over the Eastern Seaboard. Most recently, she calls Peachtree City, Georgia, home, where she graduated from Trinity Christian School and spent her free time driving her purple golf cart. She then headed to Milledgeville, Georgia, to attend Georgia College and State University. A proud Bobcat, Angela graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Mass Communication and represented her December 2016 class as one of three valedictorians. Angela comes to the Scenic City from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where she worked at the NBC affiliate, WMBF News. Before the big move, she worked as Georgia College's Sports Information Assistant, which let her get paid to be the Bobcats' biggest fan. It all started in Savannah, Georgia, though, where she interned for SAV's number one station, WTOC. When she's not working, you can find Angela watching the New York Giants, Rangers or basically any other game that's on. She also loves traveling, hiking and exploring new places, all with her camera in hand. If you have any story ideas, big or small, feel free to reach out to her on Facebook and Twitter, or email her at amoryan@wdef.com."