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Standout defensive players for the Titans in Week 2 (Excluding Harold Landry)

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Because we all know how great Landry was!

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Harold Landry was outstanding in his debut against the Texans on Sunday, putting up four pressures and two quarterback hits.

That’s not who we’re talking about today. Instead, let’s talk about other standout players from the Titans defense during their 20-17 victory over Houston. Here’s three other guys I thought stood out on the Titans defense in Week 2.

Adoree’ Jackson

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The second-year corner had himself a day on Sunday, making this spectacular touchdown saving interception guarding DeAndre Hopkins as well as adding in another pass disruption and a tackle for a loss.

Jurrell Casey

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Along with Harold Landry, Casey was right there in pressuring Deshaun Watson, sacking Watson twice. He continues to be one of the league’s best interior pass rushers, offering excellent agility and outside movement on this play.

Kamalei Correa

Acquired in a trade from the Ravens this offseason, Correa has been a pleasant surprise for the Titans defense through two games. On Sunday the outside linebacker posted five tackles, one sack, one tackle for a loss, and two quarterback hits. Not a bad addition to a linebacker group that will have even more depth at linebacker than it already has when Rashaan Evans makes his debut.

Did we miss anyone? Let us know and give us your standout defenders (that weren’t Harold Landry).