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The next era of Tennessee Titans football is set to begin.
The Titans visit the Chicago Bears for their preseason opener on Saturday (noon, News Channel 2 in Nashville). This’ll be the first time the Titans take the field for a game of any kind since last season ended on a seven-game losing streak that triggered an offseason of change, including a new general manager and a minimum of eight new starters.
Given that it’s the preseason opener, most of those new starters figure to play to minimal or non-existent roles. Instead, Saturday will be a showcase for the Titans’ players battling for roster spots or looking to make a mark. This will include ample opportunities for quarterbacks Malik Willis and Will Levis, rookie running back Tyjae Spears, a long list of undrafted wide receivers and the Titans’ rebuilt offensive line as part of the team’s quest to reinvigorate an offense that went stale last season.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel will be present for Saturday’s game, but he won’t be calling the shots. Vrabel ceded head coaching responsibilities over to defensive line coach and assistant head coach Terrell Williams for the weekend, giving the Titans’ veteran assistant his first swing at being the head man. Neither Vrabel nor Williams have given any indication about what type of playing time players are going to get or which players are candidates to sit out.
Follow below for live updates as the Titans take on the Bears.
QB2 BATTLE:Tracking stats for Malik Willis, Will Levis in Tennessee Titans-Chicago Bears NFL preseason game
Tennessee Titans vs. Chicago Bears: Live updates in NFL preseason
Neither QB can orchestrate game-winning drive
10 seconds left: Malik Willis got the first chance, driving to the Bears’ 10 before turning the ball over on downs.
Will Levis gets a final shot in the final minute, but misses Gavin Holmes for a big gain and throws a desperate INT to end the game.
FINAL: Bears 23, Titans 17
Titans OL struggling in pass protection
7:05 left: Malik Willis sacked twice in the latest drive, and the Titans continue to be plagued by poor protection. Bears have eight sacks today.
Trey Wolff misses FG try
14:55 left: Levis leads the Titans backups into field goal range, but Trey Wolff misses the 48-yard field goal try, wide right.
Nathan Peterman Time!
11:01 left: Former Bills QB Nathan Peterman leads the Bears reserves to a game-tying field goal drive. Titans defense holds in the red zone.
Titans 17, Bears 17
HALFTIME: Titans 17, Bears 14
Caleb Shudak hits a 41-yard field goal as time expired. Willis led a 9-play, 60 yard drive to get in position.
Malik Willis in the first half: 11-17, 102 yards, INT and fumble lost, 22 rushing yards and a rushing TD, two scoring drives led
Will Levis in the first half: 5-7, 50 yards, 6 rushing yards, one scoring drive led
1:17 left: The two teams trade turnovers. Terrell Lewis sacks Willis and forces a fumble. Bears recover. A couple plays later, Shyheim Carter forces a fumble. Titans ball.
Rookie mistake ends promising drive
4:21 left: Titans drive into Bears territory, and Levis (still in the game) made a nice read to Josh Whyle on third down. But Whyle fumbled, and the Bears recovered.
Will Levis leads a TD drive
10:36 left: The play after Willis’ INT, P.J. Walker was intercepted by Tre Avery on an ill-advised decision. Levis, with good field position, led a touchdown drive that ended on a Hassan Haskins 1-yard run on 4th and goal.
Highlight of the drive for Levis was a 21-yard pass to Mason Kinsey to set up goal-to-go.
Trey Wolff PAT good. Titans 14, Bears 14.
Malik Willis INT cancels out Velus Jones’ muffed punt
14:49 left: Second quarter begins with Bears returner Velus Jones, the former Vol, muffing a punt. On the next play: Willis interception, skying a pass for an open Josh Whyle.
Titans defense struggling against Bears starters
1:41 left: Fields screen to Khalil Herbert turns into a 56-yard touchdown. Herbert went untouched.
Bears 14, Titans 7.
Will Levis’ NFL debut
3:40 left: Will Levis’ first drive does not go as well as Willis’. He gets a first down completion to Westbrook-Ikhine but is sacked on the ensuing third down.
Defensive bust leads to D.J. Moore touchdown in Bears debut
6:37 left: That was not good by the Titans defense. A Justin Fields quick screen to D.J. Moore turns into a 62-yard catch and run.
PAT good. Titans 7, Bears 7.
Good start for Malik Willis
7:45 left: Willis read-option keep goes for a 2-yard touchdown. PAT good by Caleb Shudak.
Titans 7, Bears 0.
Spears with 7 total touches on that drive for 36 yards, including a nice 14-yard carry on a cutback.
9:10 left: Willis scrambles for a first down to set up first and goal. Good decision. Titans driving against what is mostly the Bears first-team defense.
14:53 left: First down, play action, Willis finds a wide open Chris Moore for 32 yards. Big hit by Bears safety Kyler Gordon dislodges the ball, but Moore was down. Good find by Willis.
Titans starting offensive line is in the game to start, but it appears to be second-team skill guys in the game. Moore, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Kyle Philips at wide receiver, with Spears at running back.
15:00 left: Titans will receive the football. Tajae Spears, the third round pick out of Tulane, will receive the opening kickoff.
Here comes Malik Willis.
Derrick Henry, DeAndre Hopkins, Jeffery Simmons among those not dressed today
Report: Malik Willis will start
NFL Network’s Stacey Dales reported during pregame that Malik Willis will start at quarterback for the Titans amid the battle with Will Levis to be Ryan Tannehill’s backup.
Willis and Levis will alternate every few series, Dales reported.
Willis, the 2022 third round pick from Liberty, got the vast majority of the snaps in preseason games last year, a sign that he had supplanted Logan Woodside as the Titans’ QB2. Keep an eye on which quarterback gets the most playing time, and with whom they are playing with in the offense, throughout the next three weeks of preseason games.
Nick Suss is the Titans beat writer for The Tennessean. Contact Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Nick on Twitter @nicksuss.