Cameron Wake had “a lot of fun” in his Titans debut

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Cameron Wake made a big change this offseason when he left the Dolphins to sign with the Titans as a free agent and his first outing with his new team made that look like a very wise decision.

Wake played a big part in an outstanding effort by the Titans defense by sacking Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield 2.5 times and hitting him four times. Wake was awarded a game ball for his effort.

“It was a crazy offseason, but I think I landed in the right place,” Wake said. “This organization has welcomed me with open arms and obviously I want to do my part along with the guys up front. And I think we did that today as a group. It was a lot of fun.”

Wake turned 37 this offseason, but showed no signs that he’s slowing down on Sunday and that’s good news for the Titans pass rush this season.

6 responses to “Cameron Wake had “a lot of fun” in his Titans debut

  1. That ain’t Flores. That looks like the GMs plan to tank. Coaches don’t tank. Honestly feel kinda bad for Flores. Don’t think he knew quite what he was getting into.

  2. He should thank “Freddie” … although it seems all browns HC’s have done this.

    I’ve never understood …
    1st and 10 your RB rips off 6+ yards
    2nd and less than 4 you go to an empty backfield … No option to run

    Why do you do this? You’re giving the defense less to think about, now they know you’re throwing….

  3. Wake started off in Canada because he didn’t get an NFL shot. Came to the league with his hair on fire and hasn’t stopped.. Wake killed us on Sunday, clearly embarrassed Hubbard our right tackle all game. Dude is still a freaking stud.. #Respect

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