NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Everyone needs a little practice in the preseason, even Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt and quarterback
The Titans worked for approximately 90 minutes Saturday night as a partial tuneup for their preseason opener, Aug. 9 when they host the Green Bay Packers.
They also had a handful of fans in the stands as part of a promotion, and part of the practice included replays on the videoboards.
"I blew it," Whisenhunt said. "Some little things like that I think when you're not focusing on it like you do a game and you're not going back through it, the communication's a little different. I gave the wrong play, or we had the wrong personnel. Defensively, we didn't match up right a couple times."
Credit adrenaline from being in the stadium under the lights. Whisenhunt said the key now is looking at the tape and correcting those issues.
"Hopefully when we get back in this situation, we'll be more efficient," he said.
Locker was crisp in a seven-on-seven drill completing 4 of 5 passes, each to a different receiver. He overthrew tight end
In a team period, Locker connected on his first five attempts before getting lucky when linebacker
Whisenhunt said the issue was the throw, not the decision.
"He knows the importance of that one," McCourty said. "You make a turnover in there ... in the red zone, it's just demoralizing to an offense. We know we got opportunities like that, we have to hold onto it."