The Titans’ first-team offense was a disappointment, gaining just 78 total yards despite playing the entire first half.
Rookie Titans RB Javon Ringer was an exception, gaining 33 yards on five carries and turning in a 51-yard kickoff return.
Titans QB Vince Young was 3-for-9 for 33 yards, and a tipped pass was picked off.
The defense wasn’t much better than the offense, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
Said Titans LB Keith Bulluck of the first-team defense, “It’s always frustrating when you can’t get off the field. But to not be
able to get off the field, but to only give up 7 points, you know, it
The Cowboys’ first-team offense clicked to the tune of 249 yards and 17 points in the first half.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo completed 18-of-24 passes for 192 yards and hooked up with seven different receivers.
Felix Jones’ 42-yard reception set up his one-yard touchdown run and reminded the Cowboys what they lost when he got hurt last season.
The Cowboys’ special teams remained sloppy, including K Nick Folk’s second missed field goal of preseason.
Said Cowboys WR Roy Williams, “It was cool, but it doesn’t count. I could always say that I caught the first ball in the stadium, but it doesn’t count. Hopefully, come Sunday night against the Giants, I’ll be able to say I caught the first ball at Cowboys Stadium.”