CHICAGO - LenDale White and Chris Johnson kept getting hit
for losses. The Tennessee Titans refused to take a bigger one,
though, and now they're 9-0.
Kerry Collins threw for 289 yards and two touchdowns, and the
Titans beat the Chicago Bears 21-14 Sunday to remain undefeated
despite rushing for just 20 yards.
That was just one more than their franchise-low, a stunning
performance for a team that was third in the league entering the
game. Even so, the Titans set a franchise record with their 12th
straight regular-season win thanks to Collins and a defense that
shut down Rex Grossman and the Bears.
Collins was 30-of-41 and did not throw an interception. Brandon
Jones caught eight passes for 82 yards, and Bo Scaife had 10 for 78
with a touchdown.
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