AFC Power Rankings Week 16: Chiefs rise to No. 2

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AFC South. 3-11. Tennessee Titans. 14. player. 35. <p>You can blame the Titans’ 11<sup>th</sup> loss of the year on a number of things, but standing atop the list has to be the impatient running of Antonio Andrews and the 25 percent third down conversion rate. Andrews couldn’t wait for his blocking to develop to save his life, resulting in a poor stat line of 45 yards on 14 carries. Not unrelated was the Titans’ inability to move the chains on the most crucial down, as they were a lousy three for 12 on third down attempts.</p> <p>A few of the bright spots from Week 15 were Dorial Green-Beckham’s 113 yards on six catches and Delanie Walker’s exemplary 57-yard catch and run in which he refused to be brought down. Maybe if the rest of this team took Walker’s approach, they wouldn’t be so bad.</p> <p>Next up are the hot Texans before a season finale on the road in Indy.</p>

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