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Ken Whisenhunt

Titans' Mariota looks sharp against Rams

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Just two few plays into the Tennessee Titans' 27-14 victory over the Rams on Sunday night at Nissan Stadium, the in-helmet communication between the Tennessee sideline and rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota malfunctioned. "I could see them calling the play, but I couldn't hear it, so I had to revert back to like Pop Warner, running over to the coach to get the play and running back to the huddle," Mariota said. "It worked fine. It's one of those things that happen and you have to work your way through it." And that he did. Mariota, the 2014 Heisman Trophy winner and the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft, has already impressed his coach, Ken...