Ken Whisenhunt's Titans have been outscored 56-14 in the fourth quarter through the first five games.

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Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins continued a disturbing trend for Tennessee Titans.

Once again, the Titans were outscored in the fourth quarter, this time by a 14-0 margin. As Jim Wyatt of the team's official website notes, Tennessee has been outscored in the final quarter 56-15 through the first five games.

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That comes in contrast to the third quarter, where the Titans have been able to outscore opponents 45-14.

Tennessee's difficulty in putting up points as the game winds down led to consecutive losses against the Colts and Bills, with the team surrendering fourth-quarter leads. While the Titans trailed Miami the entire game, the scoring issue persisted once again.

The Titans will look to reverse the trend Sunday at home against Atlanta.

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