Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan trolled the Jacksonville Jaguars’ sideline in the final minutes of his team’s Week 12 win.
While Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan didn’t retaliate for cheap shots he received by two Jacksonville Jaguars defenders during the 42-20 Week 12 win, he did get the last laugh in the final two minutes.
Lewan took dirty hits from two different Jaguars. First, defensive end Yannick Ngakoue gave him a cheap shot to his ribs that was missed by officials, and then defensive end Calais Campbell hit Lewan after a play and received a 15-yard penalty for it.
Surprisingly, Lewan didn’t go after either player and took it all in stride, which definitely showed progress on his part. However, Lewan wasn’t going to let it slide completely.
In the final two minutes with the game already very much decided, Lewan began trolling the Jaguars sideline with the song “Friends in Low Places” playing over the Nissan Stadium sound system.
Not only did Lewan keep his composure and not retaliate against Campbell or Ngakoue, he didn’t commit a single penalty in the winning effort. That’s a far cry from the nine he committed over his first six games since returning from suspension.
After the game, Lewan didn’t make a big deal out of it.
"“Anytime you get in these division games, it’s football. They don’t like us and if you’re coming at me trying to get me out of the game, I take that as a compliment.”"
Along with Lewan serenading the Jags’ sideline, the Titans got their revenge with their play on the field. Tennessee scored 28 points in the first eight minutes of the second half and led by a score of 35-3 at one point, turning the game into a laugher.
Once again, the Titans got the better of their division rival and will look ahead with an eye on the playoffs, while the Jags have no choice but to look towards next season.