Johnathan Joseph put the Titans right back into Sunday’s game at the Minnesota Vikings.
Jadeveon Clowney took them right back out of it.
On the first drive of the second half and with Minnesota leading 17-9, Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins badly missed his target and found Joseph, who had a wide open path to a pick-six. But as he sprinted to the end zone, Clowney nailed Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson with a blindside block, which is a personal foul penalty. The penalty negated the return, and took the points off of the scoreboard.
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Instead of a chance to tie with a two-point conversion,