Almost everyone on the Tennessee Titans produces all-star performances.
In this one, there are nearly too many heroes to list, but here are a few favourites.
By demonstrating that he belongs in the NFL, Mekhi Sargent cemented his position in the eyes of both Titans coaches and fans. Dez Fitzpatrick, a young guy in need of a boost, received one with his first touchdown catch, a gem from Logan Woodside’s arm.
Matt Barkley threw two touchdown passes.
The defence shone, while newcomers and prospects who had been here since the summer made plays. They were successful at forcing turnovers.
They limited the Bucs to nine first downs, and Sam Ficken’s 58-yard field goal is a must-see for special teams fans.
This was entertaining to see, and while we’re on the topic, How many game balls can a head coach give out in his post-game locker room speech?
After this one, Coach has quite a few to distribute.
Tennessee has a 2-0 preseason record. The team’s third and final game is on August 28th at 6 p.m. CDT at home against the Chicago Bears.