Young Sets Career Best in 20-17 Win Over Cardinals
Staff Report
Nov 29, 2009

Vince Young had a career-high passing 387 yards, including 94 on the final drive for the winning touchdown with no time remaining as the Titans defeated the Cardinals 20-17. Young's final TD was to rookie WR Kenny Britt in the back of the end zone for a 10-yard touchdown. It came on fourth down, just when it appeared the magic was about to run out on an improbable 99-yard drive in the final 2:37. "We fought to the finish," Young said. "It was hard. It takes a lot of confidence and patience. It was a team effort. Everybody is stepping up." Young converted on three fourth-downs on the final drive. Chris Johnson had another solid day with 154 yard rushing including an 85-yard run for a TD. Britt led the Titans receivers with 128 yards. Rob Bironas, for the second consecutive week, hit a 50+ field goal when he put the first points on the board with a 53-yarder. The Titans offense totaled 532 yards on the day which led to the Cardinal's first road loss of the season. The Titans now face the 11-0 Colts in Indianapolis on Sunday.


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