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Week 13 Outlook
Titans S Kenny Vaccaro has been declared out for Sunday's game against Baltimore Ravens.
Vaccaro started the week with a neck injury and has since expanded into experiencing concussion symptoms, and is now in the concussion protocol. The Baltimore Ravens are now facing the Titans without Clowney and Vaccaro giving the Ravens' skill positions an upgrade going into Week 11.
Vaccaro led the Titans with 10 solo tackles, 11 total, in a Titans 33-30 win over Jacksonville. Vaccaro recorded a sack to go along with two passes defended, but none bigger than late in the second half. On third and 10 from the Tennessee 17, Vacarro perfectly defended Tyler Eifert in the end zone to force Jacksonville to settle for a field goal.
Although he didn't record one of his team's two interceptions, Vaccaro was still a solid IDP contributor against Jacksonville.
Kenny Vaccaro registered five solo tackles, one QB hit, one pass defended, and one interception to help the Titans defeat the Ravens, 28-12.
Vaccaro had what was perhaps his most impactful game as a Titan, picking off Lamar Jackson during the third quarter to nullify any comeback attempt by the Ravens. He and the Titans secondary will be tested once again against Patrick Mahomes and Chiefs in the AFC Championship game next Sunday.
Titans safety Kenny Vaccaro recorded eight tackles (three solo) and one sack in Monday night’s 34-17 loss to the Texans.
Vaccaro now has 41 tackles, one sack, and one interception in eight games this season. The Jets are up next in Week 13.
Titans safety Kenny Vaccaro will not be making his return from an elbow injury Sunday against the Chargers. He is officially inactive for the game.
Vaccaro returned to limited practice participation this week for the first time since dislocating his elbow in Week 4. It’s evident he needs more time, though. The Titans are on a bye in Week 8.