Tennessee Titans hold Bears to less than 150 yards of total offense
Six points. That’s what you get when one of the guys on your team gets in the end zone. That could come on a rushing attempt, a passing play, a kickoff or punt return that’s taken back to the house, or by your defense cashing in on a turnover by the other team’s offense. There are quite a few ways that you can cash in for six points.
You can also post three safeties or two field goals. Six points don’t sound like much, but depending on how they are scored and what juncture of the game they are earned, it could shift momentum and be the difference between earning a win or hanging a loss on a ledger.
The Tennessee Titans know that well, and they’ve ensured that their offensive, defensive, and special teams units have made sure, during the first two preseason games, that momentum stays in their favor. The mindset is easy to see. Don’t give up six points to the other team. Try and end every drive on offense with six points of your own.
Six points are also what the Titans have allowed over the course of the first two preseason games. They’ve been stingy, and with jobs on the line and so much that still needs to be figured out from the roster’s standpoint, we may be on a collision course with Tennessee’s most dominant performance of the preseason. That would truly be a statement in itself if that were to happen.
Expect another dominating performance on defense.