The Tennessee Titans wrapped up their preseason with a 19-15 win over the Chicago Bears.
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Despite a few erratic early throws, third-string quarterback Logan Woodside showed some mobility escaping the pocket and found his deep ball a couple of times during the game. Woodside finished the game going 17/29 for 212 yards and two touchdowns, and he added an additional 17 yards on the ground.
LaTroy Lewis continued to impress his coaches by quickly and consistently getting after the quarterback. He failed to record a sack, but he did manage a handful of pressures and a couple of defensive stops against the run.
Linebacker David Long flashed his potential on several plays, ending the game with a couple of defensive stops and a tackle for loss against the run.
Aaron Lynch proved just how much skill the Bears have on the edge. Although he was only on the field for two defensive series, he showed his speed around the edge and disrupted both the run and the pass.
Following up on his elite Week 3 performance (90.8 offensive grade), Tyler Bray played every snap in this game. Unfortunately, he was not able to lead a game-winning drive, but he did manage to throw for over 300 yards and one touchdown to wrap up a solid preseason.
Rookie tight end Jesper Horsted has made a name for himself in Chicago. Eyes were on him after an impressive touchdown last week, and this week he delivered again. He and Tyler Bray made the back-shoulder pass look easy, connecting on three separate occasions for big gains, including this first-quarter touchdown. Horsted ended the game with five catches, 82 yards and a score.
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