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“I thought that was a poor call, and it had a huge im­pact on the game be­cause that’s a turnover,” Sher­man said.

Sher­man again

The Sea­hawks cor­ner­back hit Mar­i­ota on the sideline at the Ti­tans bench in the se­cond quar­ter, prompt­ing a scrum that re­sulted in a pair of un­nec­es­sary rough­ness

penal­ties to each team. Ti­tans coach Mike Mu­larkey said he wasn’t sur­prised Sher­man was not ejected but liked how his play­ers de­fended Mar­i­ota with­out any­one be­ing ejected.


Mur­ray’s TD run came as he zig-zagged through the Sea­hawks, and it was the long­est against Seat­tle since Frank Gore had an 80-yarder in 2009 — be­fore Car­roll was hired in Jan­uary 2010.

Erased TD

Ti­tans rookie Adoree Jack­son re­turned a punt 80 yards in the se­cond quar­ter, or so he thought. Of­fi­cials flagged the Ti­tans for an il­le­gal block above the waist, though Mu­larkey said it was a clean block. “I feel bad for him and us,” Mu­larkey said.

Tennessee (2-1), tied for first in the AFC South, will head to Hous­ton (1-2) on Sun­day to bat­tle the Tex­ans in a di­vi­sional game at NGR Sta­dium (1 p.m.).

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