NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Arizona Cardinals care only about stacking up wins as they push for a playoff berth in the rugged NFC.
Needing a few extra minutes is no problem at all.
"It's not like the BCS," Feely said. "You don't get style points. You've just got to win a game and move onto the next one and, hopefully, keep winning."
The Cardinals (9-5) won their sixth in seven games. With San Francisco and Carolina winning, they remain a game back of both for a NFC wild-card berth. The Cardinals visit Seattle and then host the 49ers on Dec. 29 in the season finale.
The Titans scored 17 points in the final 3:12 of regulation with no timeouts left to force overtime with Ryan Fitzpatrick throwing two of his four TD passes to Michael Preston. They also recovered an onside kick to set up the tying TD with 10 seconds left in regulation.
They won the toss and drove to the Cardinals 43 before Antoine Cason intercepted his second pass of the game.
"They picked on the wrong guy twice too many times," Arizona coach Bruce Arians said. "Antoine's been waiting his turn. It's great to see him make those plays, especially the touchdown."
The Cardinals picked up three first downs before Arians sent out Feely on third-and-12 for the winning field goal.
Tennessee (5-9) lost its third straight and eighth in 10 games. The Titans also lost their fifth consecutive home game for the first time since moving to Tennessee in 1997.
"When you have a comeback like that you're not supposed to lose a game like that," Fitzpatrick said.
The Cardinals scored 21 straight points in the second half, the last when Cason returned his first interception for a TD and a 34-17 lead.
"We kind of laid down and relaxed, and they kept fighting," Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett said. "That is a good situation to learn from."
The Titans outgained Arizona 460-360 with Fitzpatrick throwing for 402 yards and Kendall Wright caught 12 passes for 150 yards hours after new president Tommy Smith said he felt they hadn't given up on Mike Munchak with the coach's job security at question.
But Arizona, which lost rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu to a torn ACL last week, sacked Fitzpatrick three times to go along with Cason's interceptions.
Cason also recovered a botched kickoff when Arizona surprised the Titans with a short kick to open the third quarter, and the Cardinals turned that into a 47-yard field goal by Feely. The Cardinals turned the three turnovers into 13 points in a game with five lead changes.
Arizona also made mistakes. The Cardinals didn't have a single penalty in the first half, but had four giving the Titans first downs on a 16-play drive by Tennessee for a TD and a 17-13 lead in the third quarter.
They also had a chance to kneel out for the win when Larry Fitzgerald also went up high and caught Rob Bironas' onside kick. Fitzgerald lost the ball when hit by Titans running back Jackie Battle. Rookie Daimion Stafford recovered, giving the Titans the chance to score again.
Munchak said he was tempted to go for the win with a 2-point conversion and instead kicked the extra point to set up overtime.
"I thought we had momentum on our side there and I thought we'd win the game," Munchak said.
Tennessee's comeback came with only a few thousand fans still left in the stadium because so many left when they fell behind 34-17.
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