The Tennessee Titans have some tough decisions to make about this roster.
Well, that was fun to watch. After two blowout wins in the first two preseason games, the Tennessee Titans were forced to deal with some adversity. They were the team that turned the ball over. They had to rally late. They did but ultimately fell in a 27-24 loss to the Chicago Bears.
When the smoke cleared and the dust settled, the Titans put a bow on their preseason with some nice performances by guys we’ve come to expect that from while other guys walked away from this one with questions about their futures.
That isn’t to say that all of the prospects that fall into the latter category stunk it up, but this preseason roster was loaded. Rather than having to peruse the waiver wire for pieces to fill holes, Tennessee will put capable guys on the practice squad to develop further and, whether we like the idea of this or not, they’ll have to waive some good players that will probably find their way onto other rosters as their careers will continue elsewhere.
With that being said, let’s take a look back on a great Saturday of football and name the biggest winners and losers from the Titans’ third and final game of their three-game preseason slate.