One team worth monitoring after Week 10 is the Tennessee Titans when seeing how this team is coming off another impressive victory, with this time coming against the defending AFC champions in the New England Patriots.
"Hell yeah it's personal", Lewis said, via NFL Network's Mike Giardi.
After the game, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel was asked why he made a decision to run the trick play just a few plays after the Patriots ran the same exact play. "I think people have different emotional feelings". "Dion had a great career here". "That's what happens when you go cheap". "Especially when you used to be there and they didn't want to bring you back". "If they wanted me, they could've had me". When you win, you can say a lot of things. We'll just take our lumps and try and learn from them. "And come out here and do a lot better job the next six weeks".
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While Lewis didn't have a great individual day (57 yards on 20 carries and no touchdowns), he was certainly excited after the game. He also caught two passes for 11 yards.
Understandably, he was pretty fired up after the win over his old coach.
New England really hasn't missed a beat without White, who signed a four-year, $28 million deal with Tennessee in the offseason.