Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel was at midfield prior to the game against the Buffalo Bills just standing alone in the rain.
It’s pouring rain at Nissan Stadium for the Week 5 game between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills, but head coach Mike Vrabel doesn’t seem to care.
Vrabel was on the field prior to the game just standing at midfield in the pouring rain by himself, soaking it all in, per Paul Kuharsky.
Now that’s a football guy. While most people are out there trying to find cover, Vrabel is intentionally getting drenched in the downpour — and he probably loves every drop of it.
I guess he might as well get used to it because that might be the case the entire game.
Vrabel even challenged the beat writers to take a lap with him in the rain, but they all declined his offer.
We’re hoping the weather can clear up at least somewhat prior to kickoff. As of this writing, the weather looks nasty with a lot of rain, which will setup slick field conditions for the players.
Of course, that’ll make it harder for each team to throw the football, which should lead to more of an emphasis on the run than we already would have expected from these two teams.
And, with rain and slick conditions comes more dropped passes and turnovers.
Thankfully for Tennessee, they have been able to take care of the football, but have dealt with too many drops. The Bills have the second-most giveaways in the NFL this season, seven of which have come via interceptions.