In his most memorable NFL start — yet in the preseason — Tennessee Titans newbie quarterback Malik Willis finished six of 11 passes for 107 yards,
no scores, no captures, and a passer rating of 88.1. Willis thought of an astonishing hurrying score in Tennessee's 23-10 misfortune to the Baltimore Ravens,
yet there was no less than one individual on the field at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium who wished Willis would have tossed the ball more.
That was to be sure what Vrabel said. "Logan" is reinforcement quarterback Logan Woodside, who,
on his most memorable play from scrimmage, ran for five yards up the center.
Ok, well. You can't necessarily in all cases get what you need. Woodside, as far as concerns him,
finished 14 of 24 passes for 102 yards, no scores, two interferences, and a passer rating of 33.7.
In this way, he was more adept to toss than Willis was, yet scarcely to extraordinary impact.
The Willis play that got him bobbed from the game occurred with 8:23 left in the second from last quarter, and the Titans down 17-10.
Tennessee had second-and-4 at their own 37-yard line, and Willis, in the wake of filtering the field and clearly seeing nothing however he would prefer, chose to take off.
This was an issue for Willis in school, and maybe Vrabel and his staff are attempting to get Willis to think in an unexpected way.
"We have a long way to go from, a great deal to take a gander at on film, yet it was great to get out there once more and play football,"
Willis said, by means of Jim Wyatt of Titans Online. (through Titans Wire).
"I missed a few things presumably, and I only compensated for it with my legs.
I can't keep on depending on that, yet that is the thing the preseason is for.