TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - There's still time left in the preseason to make some tweaks, with neither Tennessee nor Tampa Bay where they want to be at the quarterback position yet.
For the Titans, Friday night was supposed to be a coming-out party for second-year Washington product Jake Locker in his first NFL start.
Meanwhile, the Buccaneers were hoping their second preseason game would be one in which Josh Freeman would begin to find chemistry with his revamped receiving corps.
The result? A combined 8 for 21 passing in the Titans' 30-7 win.
"There is disappointment personally," said Locker, who was 4 for 11 with an interception playing in all but one series of the first half. "But with the guys doing so well on the run game and the defense doing so well, we still found ways to score points and have a big lead going into the second half. So that was encouraging.