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WATCH: Will Levis Hits DeAndre Hopkins for 12-yard Gain to Convert on 4th Down

The Tennessee Titans have kicked off their Week 17 matchup with the Houston Texans and they got a big fourth-down conversion early when Will Levis connected with DeAndre Hopkins for 12 yards to keep the drive alive.

The Tennessee Titans' rematch with the Houston Texans has begun and the Titans are trailing early 3-0, but they were able to keep an offensive drive alive despite facing fourth down when Will Levis hooked up with DeAndre Hopkins for a 12-yard gain.

Levis is forced to create outside of the structure of the play and fades backwards before tossing it to Hopkins on the sideline. The Titans were unable to get points on the drive, but a solid connection to keep the drive going nonetheless.

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