Tennessee Titans biggest winners and losers from preseason finale

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Mekhi Sargent #38, Tennessee Titans
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5 studs from the Tennessee Titans offense

Mekhi Sargent, running back

Mekhi Sargent found his way into the medical tent and wasn’t seen on the field after that, but he’s long proven that he’s done enough to make this roster. He’s special. try 51 yards on 17 carries, a catch for 16 yards, and a rushing touchdown on for size.

He’s outplayed everyone else at the running back position throughout this preseason and deserves an honorable mention.

Logan Woodside, quarterback

Logan Woodside settled his team down after an early turnover by Matt Barkley and led them on a touchdown drive that resulted in the first points of the game. He threw a pick-six that evened things on the scoreboard, and he led the Titans on a go-ahead drive early in the fourth quarter.

It wasn’t always pretty, but he did what you want your quarterback to do. He handled adversity and made the most of the opportunities that he was given

Cameron Batson, wide receiver

Four receptions on four targets, 45 yards receiving, and being on the receiving end of a go-ahead touchdown from the arm of Logan Woodside definitely gets Cameron Batson a spot on the stud list.

Elijah Molden, cornerback

It wasn’t the statistical masterpiece that we saw in the second preseason game. Monty Rice led the team in tackles with five (all were of the solo variety), but Elijah Molden has done enough to demonstrate that he deserves the starting slot role over former favorite Chris Jackson.

Brian Hill, running back

Brian Hill led the team in rushing and closed out the preseason with a strong performance, but if we’re being honest, had Sargent been available and healthy, that may not have been possible.