Tennessee Titans preseason win vs Philadelphia Eagles: What you missed
By Will Lomas
New Look Offense
You know what is nice? To look out on the field and not see goalline packages all huddled together leaving 10 yards of space on either side of the end man with no receiver between them and the sideline.
What I mean is, going in 2 TE sets is fine sometimes but if it is your base package you are going to be slow, boring, and hard to watch on offense.
When the starters were on the field this is what I have down for the personnel breakdown:
3 WR, 1 TE, 1 RB: 7 of 11
2 WR, 1 TE, 2 RB: 1 of 11
2 WR, 2 TE, 1 RB: 3 of 11 (1 of which was a bunch set)
Yea, I can definitely live with those numbers.
Adam Humphries was heavily featured and rightfully so, the other skill position starters we have projected are Corey Davis, A.J. Brown, Delanie Walker, and Derrick Henry. Those four played a combined zero snaps last night, so of course you should throw it to the guy you are most familiar with.
The Titans also showed later that you can run the ball effectively in space and they used several wrinkles to take advantage of different player’s speed and savvy that was refreshing to see.
Welcome to the 21st century Tennessee Titans.