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What are the odds? Titans vs. Eagles When you think about it http://www.thetitanslockerroom.com/authentic-taywan-taylor-jersey , the Titans might just be the NFL’s most surprising 2-1 team — at least when you look at the odds from each of their first three games. Tennessee closed as underdogs against the Dolphins, Texans and Jaguars, mainly due to a rash of injuries. The Titans pulled the on Sunday in Jacksonville, despite being close to ten point underdogs. A banged up Marcus Mariota found a way to get the job done, despite having limited feeling in his fingers on his throwing hand. Everything points to Mariota getting the go this weekend, even though he may not be 100 percent ready to go. Backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert suffered a concussion early on against the Jaguars, forcing Mariota into action. With his status in question, Mike Vrabel doesn’t have much of a choice other than playing Mariota. And just judging from the results on Sunday, a banged up Mariota is still the team’s best option right now.His task this week is to find a way to beat the defending Super Bowl champs. The Philadelphia Eagles are coming to town this weekend Josh Kline Jersey , fresh off a win over the Colts. Indianapolis kept it competitive on Sunday, taking the Eagles down to the wire.Last weekend marked the return of Carson Wentz for the Eagles. It was his first action since tearing his ACL last season, which derailed an MVP caliber season. The return of Wentz was a big deal for the Eagles, but they’re far from healthy. Jay Ajayi, Darren Sproles and Alshon Jeffery have all missed time so far this year, handicapping one of the NFL’s best offenses to this point. Even through all of that uncertainty, oddsmakers have placed the Eagles as a 3.5 point favorite for Sunday’s game against the Titans. The game total has been set at 41 points.We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the mismatches and players missing for the Titans so far this year. Turns out, it hasn’t mattered. The defense has played at a pretty high level over the past two weeks and Matt LaFleur’s offense has done just enough with limited firepower to come out on top. With Marcus Mariota and Jack Conklin showing signs of improvement, this offense is finally getting healthy again. With question marks on the Eagles’ side lingering too http://www.thetitanslockerroom.com/authentic-corey-davis-jersey , I’d probably have to roll with the Titans getting 3.5 points at home. The Titans waited longer than they hoped to get a touchdown catch from wide receiver Corey Davis after drafting him in the first round last year, but the first one turned out to be a really big one.Davis caught a pass from Marcus Mariota in the end zone with 17 second left to play in overtime against the Eagles. The touchdown came on third down and the Titans would have had to settle for a game-tying field goal try had Davis not reeled in the 10-yard score. He did hold on, though, and the Titans won 26-23.The pass ended a strong game from Mariota, who ended the day 30-of-43 for 344 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. It was a big step up from last week’s outing, which saw the Titans fail to score a touchdown while running a playbook compromised by Mariota’s right elbow injury. Mariota made every throw on Sunday and the win might have come earlier had his receivers held onto some of the throws over the course of the afternoon.After being down 17-3, the Titans will be happy with the win coming at any point. The Eagles won’t have the same fond feelings for how this one turned out. They gave up 17 straight points in the second half to give up their lead and then saw Mariota convert a pair of fourth downs in overtime after a field goal put them in position to win the game. Cornerback Sidney Jones also was flagged for defensive pass interference on a fourth down as the Eagles failed to capitalize on chances to win the game.One of those fourth down conversions came when Titans head coach Mike Vrabel opted to pass on a 50-yard field goal try and went with a pass to running back Dion Lewis instead. That’s the opposite of failing to capitalize on chances and it leaves the Titans with a 3-1 record with a trip to Buffalo coming their way in Week Five.