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WATCH: Titans OLB Harold Landry Sacks Stroud, Hits 10.5 Sacks in 2023

The Tennessee Titans may be down 20 points to the Houston Texans in their Week 17 matchup, but there are still some season-long milestones being hit and one of those came from edge rusher Harold Landry, who hit double digits in sacks for the season with a fourth quarter takedown.

The Tennessee Titans may not like the score of their Week 17 game against the Houston Texans, but seeing edge rusher Harold Landry hit double-digit sacks for the second time in his career has to be exciting. Landry took down Texans' passer C.J. Stroud late in the fourth quarter to hit 10.5 sacks on the season.

Landry has great speed on the edge and versatility to play against the run, but he also adds tremendous effort. It is only right that he hit this milestone for the first time since 2021, prior to the ACL tear that prevented him from playing in 2022.

Landry looks back to form and has been fantastic since the Titans' Week 7 bye. There has to be optimism he will be able to hit the ground running at this pace to start 2024, when winning will matter again.

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