Doesn't get much easier than the Titans had it last night, but it's still good for this team to be building confidence every chance they get.
Karl Klug continues to be a beast. Klug has been a surprise since the first day of camp, and he capped off a great preseason with a sack for a safety and several other nice plays throughout the whole game. The explosion of depth at the DT spot has really helped cover-up the depletion at the DE spot.
Kenny Britt returned to the field last night, though he didn't get a catch. What really jumped out at me was how much Britt was talking and joking with his teammates. You could just feel how happy he was to be back out there. That's great to see considering how much BS he put himself through this offseason. If he let that kind of stuff get him down, he'd only be compounding on the problems he helped create.
Hawkins might have shown some life last night, but it's too little too late. Williams is a lock to make the roster, but he's got to show more as a WR if he's going to be the true no. 3 in that group.
Kevin Curtis injured his hand after making two catches last night, and it'll be interesting to see what the coaching staff does with him. My guess/hope is that both Curtis (sorry) and Gage are gone, and we go sign the best guy who gets cut from another team.
I don't have ESPN Insider any more, so I can't read this one. If you do, please feel free to recap it in the comments.
2012 draft preview? Why not.
The one Jaguar who consistently did damage against us is going to retire a Jag after signing a one-day contract.
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