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Fans and players' reaction after the Tennessee Titans' final game of preseason

Devon Williams
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NASHVILLE, TN - The Tennessee Titans just finished their 2021 NFL preseason campaign, as they lost the final game against the Chicago Bears 24-27 on Saturday, Aug. 28 at the Nissan Stadium. The Titans finished the preseason with a 2-1 record, and now they're looking forward to the 2021 NFL regular season kickoff on Sept. 12 against the Arizona Cardinals.

After being unbeaten in the first two games of preseason and only allowing 6 points from 2 field goals, the Titans allowed 27 points to Justin Fields and co. But, the fans on social media seem to not worry so much since it was still a preseason game. The fans would want the team to focus on building the 53-man roster before the deadline on Aug. 31.

A fan named Noah on Twitter shared his thoughts on the quarterback situation and who should be named into the 53-man roster. Starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill has missed some times because of COVID-19, and Noah wished Tannehill a fast recovery. According to him, Logan Woodside should be the QB2 behind Tannehill.

Not only the fans that are now ready for the regular season but also the players got hyped, as the next football game that they will play is the one that will count. Titans wide receiver AJ Brown wants the stadium to be packed come Sept. 12 when they play the first game of the NFL regular season.

Titans rookie cornerback, Elijah Molden who played brilliantly in the second week of preseason against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reflected on himself and saw the preseason as an opportunity for him to grow even more.

The next time you watch the Titans football will be in the first game of the 2021 NFL regular season. Tennessee will go head to head against the Arizona Cardinals at home in Nissan Stadium on Sept. 12.

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