Tennessee Titans: 6 Takeaways From Game Two

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Aug 23, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans tight end

Chase Coffman

(85) celebrates with receiver

Kendall Wright

(13) after a touchdown during the first half against the St. Louis Rams at Nissan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

The tight end play has been spot-on for the Titans in both preseason games. The success begins with the starters and continues all the way into players trying to make this roster. And Delannie Walker hasn’t seen the field yet.

The only problem the Titans coaching staff will have with the tight ends, is trying to find a way to keep all of them.

Chase Coffman had to be the star of this game after catching two touchdown passes, the last on a 56 yard pass from backup quarterback Alex Tanney late in the game. He caught the three yard strike from Zach Mettenberger earlier in the game.

Coffman needs to work on his end zone celebration after he was knocked down by wide receiver Justin Hunter during his touchdown dance.

Chase Coffman is the leading receiver in the preseason so far, catching the ball six times for 117 yards and two touchdowns.

Phillip Supernaw is making a case to keep him past the cuts, and hopefully both will make this squad if only for special teams.

Supernaw was targeted three times for 24 yards on Sunday night with his long catch an 11 yard pass. He fumbled one of the strikes, but knocked the ball out of bounds.

Delannie Walker better get back on the field soon!

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