Easily the most beaten up group on the roster, the Titans’ linebacker corps was missing Jayon Brown and Sharif Finch, but they still made the most of what they had.
Cameron Wake returned from his injury and registered a QB hit. Harold Landry added three tackles and two QB hits, and Kamalei Correa added three tackles of his own. This unit didn’t register any sacks, unfortunately.
On the interior, Wesley Woodyard returned to the starting lineup in place of Brown, and made six tackles in the game. He notably got burned on a deep touchdown pass to Ekeler, but it was just a mismatch that the Chargers took advantage of.
He would make up for it towards the end of the game, forcing the fumble that lead to the Titans sealing their victory.
Rashaan Evans had a game-high 10 tackles, and added on a tackle for a loss, continuing his high level of play.
The group overall struggled to contain the likes of Ekeler and Hunter Henry, which is why the grade is a little lower than the other grades on the team, but they still made plays when they needed to.