Titans' K Randy Bullock's game-winning FG against the Seahawks.

Three of the four NFL’s late afternoon games Sunday came down to field goals, including the Dallas Cowboys beating the Los Angeles Chargers on a 56-yard make from Greg Zuerlein and the Arizona Cardinals hanging on against the Minnesota Vikings thanks to a 37-yard miss from Greg Joseph. The third one there came from the Tennessee Titans’ 33-30 road overtime win against the Seattle Seahawks, which ended with a 36-yard field goal from Tennessee’s Randy Bullock (#4 above):

Interestingly enough, that came on the third possession of overtime. The Titans got the ball first, but only gained 14 yards on six plays, with the biggest gain there being a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty against the Seahawks’ Jamal Adams. The Seahawks then got the ball at their own 13 after a punt, and had two incomplete passes followed by a 12-yard sack that narrowly avoided being a game-winning safety, and perhaps should have been ruled that:

Seattle’s Michael Dickson managed to punt out of the end zone to their 48, though. But all the Titans needed from there was four runs from Derrick Henry for 21 yards, setting up a very makeable field goal for Bullock. And, unlike Joseph from a similar distance, he made that one count. And the Titans’ Twitter account won’t have anything to complain about after that one.

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