Orlando Scandrick takes blame for 1 TD

IRVING, Texas -- It appeared that Orlando Scandrick was the burn victim on both of the Titans’ passing touchdowns Sunday. That’s not true, according to the cornerback.

Scandrick accepts complete blame for the 24-yard touchdown to Nate Washington on the Titans’ opening possession. But he was supposed to have help on the 12-yard touchdown to Kenny Britt.

“I gave up one play,” Scandrick said. “[Washington] located the ball on the touchdown. That was my fault. I’ve got to find it. On the other play, everybody’s got to do their job. …

“On the other play to Kenny Britt, there’s 11 people on the field, 11 people got to do their job. We had a miscommunication on the field and it led to a touchdown.”

Scandrick didn’t identify which teammate was supposed to pick up Britt, but it appears that free safety Alan Ball was to blame.

“Everybody’s got to do their job,” Scandrick said. “This is no time to point fingers. I’m not pointing fingers at anybody. If any finger needs to be pointed, it needs to be pointed at myself.”