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He's been good, but I think Mike Martin might be the player I was the most disappointed in this preseason. That's not to say he did a poor job, I just had very high expectations for him.
He was pretty quiet in the first two games, registering just one tackle in each game, but he did collapse the pocket a few times when he was on the field, even when he didn't get the numbers to back it up.
Against the Saints, he had a great game. He was more disruptive than he'd been up to that point, and he had three total tackles (two solo), along with two hits on the quarterbacks.
When he was drafted, I assumed he was going to be the starter next to Jurrell Casey, but I was a little puzzled since they're both the same kind of player. Now, I see that he was meant to be Casey's backup.
Of course, Tracy Rocker likes to rotate his linemen in and out, so having depth is important. Since Casey will be if the field an awful lot, it's important that the Titans have a guy behind him that they know they can rely on.