Snap counts: Offense
–Dion Lewis played his highest snap count total since Week 16 when Derrick Henry was out. Tennessee went away from Henry far too early in this game, as he got just seven second half carries compared to 12 in the first half.
–Corey Davis‘ snap count total was tied for the highest he’s had this season. He rewarded the Titans with five catches for 65 yards and led Tennessee pass-catchers in both categories.
–Adam Humphries played just 13 snaps in his return from an ankle injury that kept him out for six straight games. While he only caught four balls for 25 yards, three of those catches were on third downs and helped move the chains for Tennessee.
-In what could be his final game with the Titans, Marcus Mariota saw one snap and turned it into one carry for five yards. Mariota played at least one snap in each of Tennessee’s final four games of the season dating back to Week 17.