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What Did the Titans Say After Losing to the Bolts?

On the two-point conversion attempt…

"They did a good job covering it. I should have done a better job maybe extending the play knowing it's the last play. There's definitely more I wish I could have done. With that being said, they did a good job of covering and making the play." – QB Marcus Mariota

"I told the team that I made a decision that we were going to be aggressive early in the drive. When that drive started, I thought in my mind that if we scored, when we scored if there was less than 40 seconds we were going to go for two and we were going to win the game, and if there was a minute and 30, we were going to kick the extra point and go play defense. So, I got a lot of faith in our players. They've been converting third downs and converting in those situations, and Marcus was doing everything we needed him to do and keeping plays alive. And so I can't -- not going to second guess the call. Just didn't work out." – Head Coach Mike Vrabel

"I loved the call, everybody in this locker room loved the call, wanted to be aggressive no matter what and that's what we did. Unfortunately, it just didn't go our way." – WR Tajae Sharpe

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On the game…

"I thought we did a good job of moving the ball, got in the red zone. But when you kick field goals, these teams are too good, man. They're going to find ways to score touchdowns and you're going to end up being behind, so we've gotta be more efficient in the red zone. We've gotta make the most of our opportunities. We just didn't capitalize there (when the Chargers defended the red zone)." – QB Marcus Mariota

On the red zone interception…

"That was a big mistake. I should have moved on my progression. (Melvin Ingram) made a great (play to tip it), but it would have been a tight throw anyway. I should have moved onto my second read and maybe we would have had a shot." – QB Marcus Mariota

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