The September 17 matchup between the Los Angeles Chargers (0-1) and the Tennessee Titans (0-1) will feature a showdown between QBs Justin Herbert and Ryan Tannehill at Nissan Stadium. Below, we highlight all of the stats and trends you need to know about these two signal callers heading into this week's contest.

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Chargers vs. Titans Game Info

  • Game Date: Sunday, September 17, 2023
  • Time: 1:00 PM ET
  • Venue: Nissan Stadium
  • Location: Nashville, Tennessee
  • TV: CBS
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo!

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Justin Herbert vs. Ryan Tannehill Matchup

Justin Herbert 2022 Stats Ryan Tannehill
17 Games Played 12
68.2% Completion % 65.2%
4,739 (278.8) Passing Yards (Per Game) 2,536 (211.3)
25 Touchdowns 13
10 Interceptions 6
147 (8.6) Rushing Yards (Per game) 98 (8.2)
0 Rushing Touchdowns 2

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Titans Defensive Stats

  • Last year, the Titans ranked 14th in the NFL in points allowed (21.1 per game) and 23rd in total yards allowed (351.6 per game).
  • When it came to stopping the pass, Tennessee was one of the least effective defenses in the league, surrendering the most pass yards in the NFL (274.8 per game). Meanwhile, it ranked 28th with 29 passing touchdowns allowed.
  • Opposing offenses struggled to move the ball on the ground against the Titans' pass D, which ranked No. 1 in the NFL with 76.9 rushing yards allowed per game and first in the league with 3.4 yards allowed per rush attempt.
  • Defensively, Tennessee ranked 15th in the NFL in red-zone efficiency allowed at 55.1%. In third-down percentage allowed, it was third (34.2%).

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Chargers Defensive Stats

  • Last season, the Chargers ranked 21st in the NFL in points allowed (22.6 per game) and 20th in total yards allowed (346.1 per game).
  • When it came to defending the pass, Los Angeles ranked seventh in the NFL in passing yards allowed with 3,406 (200.4 per game) and 19th in yards allowed per pass attempt (6.7).
  • Against the run, the Chargers were bottom-10 in rushing yards allowed last season, surrendering the fifth-most rushing yards in the NFL with 2,478 (145.8 per game). They also ranked 32nd in yards allowed per rush attempt (5.4).
  • On defense, Los Angeles ranked 11th in the NFL in red-zone percentage allowed at 52.1%. In third-down efficiency allowed, it ranked 17th at 39.2%.

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