SUMMARY: In one of the most lopsided defeats in franchise history, the Tennessee Titans lost to the San Diego Chargers 40-7. The Chargers defense dominated the game as the Titans were only able to generate 15 yards of offense on 19 plays in the first half. The Titans advanced into Chargers territory only twice during the game. The first time wasn't until late in the third quarter, when they got to the 45 before Chargers CB Quentin Jammer interception ended another drive. "Obviously, I'm not pleased that we have a long way to go and it will be tough," Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher said. Titans QB Kerry Collins had a passer rating of 1.3 as Tennessee RBs combined for a total of 31 yards rushing. The Titans were 2-for-12 on third downs as they gained a total of 218 net yards in the game. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.