Anyone else tired of seeing every running back look like an All Pro against these third- and fourth-team defenders?
Good thing the real games start next week. The Tennessee Titans will open their regular-season schedule with a Sep. 8 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Titans finished their preseason with a 1-3 record following a 24-23 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. What’s important is that the Titans suffered no severe injuries of note. They should get many of their previously injured players back for that Week 1 opener.
How did the rest of the AFC South fare in their preseason finales? The Titans were the only team who played their starting quarterback. Despite that, two of the other three teams won with their reserves and soon-to-be cut players.