Ryan Tannehill vs. Justin Herbert in Week 2: Titans vs. Chargers Preview, Stats
Who has the advantage at quarterback when Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers (0-1) match up with Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans (0-1) at Nissan Stadium on September 17? For in-depth analysis on how we expect these two signal callers to play in this matchup, keep reading.
Titans vs. Chargers Game Info
- Game Date: Sunday, September 17, 2023
- Time: 1:00 PM ET
- Venue: Nissan Stadium
- Location: Nashville, Tennessee
- TV: CBS
- Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo!
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Ryan Tannehill vs. Justin Herbert Matchup
|Ryan Tannehill||2022 Stats||Justin Herbert|
|2,536 (211.3)||Passing Yards (Per Game)||4,739 (278.8)|
|98 (8.2)||Rushing Yards (Per game)||147 (8.6)|
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Chargers Defensive Stats
- Last season, the Chargers ranked 21st in the NFL in points allowed (22.6 per game) and 20th in total yards allowed (346.1 per game).
- When it came to defending the pass, Los Angeles' defense was firing on all cylinders, with 3,406 passing yards allowed last season (seventh-fewest in NFL).
- Against the run, the Chargers' defense was stuck in neutral last season, as it ranked fifth-to-last in the league with 145.8 rushing yards per game allowed. In terms of yards per attempt, the team ranked 32nd in the NFL with 5.4 yards allowed per run attempt.
- On defense, Los Angeles ranked 17th in the NFL in terms of third-down efficiency allowed, with a mark of 39.2%. It was 11th in red-zone percentage allowed at 52.1%.
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Titans Defensive Stats
- Last year, the Titans were middle-of-the-pack in points allowed (21.1 per game), ranking 14th in the league.
- When it came to stopping the pass, Tennessee's defense sputtered last season, as it ranked first-to-last in the league with 4,671 passing yards allowed (274.8 per game).
- Opposing offenses struggled to move the ball on the ground against the Titans' pass D, which ranked first in the NFL with 76.9 rushing yards allowed per game and first in the league with 3.4 yards allowed per rush attempt.
- On defense, Tennessee ranked third in the NFL in third-down efficiency allowed at 34.2%. In red-zone percentage allowed, it was 15th (55.1%).
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