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Alterraun Verner, Jason McCourty, Coty Sensabaugh, Bernard Pollard, Michael Griffin, George Wilson
A big reason why the Titans have very few people who think they can do much this season is due to their secondary that is very much the same outside of the additions of Bernard Pollard and George Wilson.
They took advantage of a strong Titans pass rush to keep the Steelers from ever connecting on the big play down the field. The Steelers no longer having Mike Wallace also played a huge role.
However, the Steelers still had the weapons to have a strong passing performance if this unit wasn't improved from last year's unit that allowed 471 points.
Alterraun Verner was easily the star of this unit after making that amazing interception when the game was still in favor of the Steelers at 2-0.
It's hard to believe that Verner was actually battling for his starting job heading into training camp with the likes of rookie Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Tommie Campbell.
The following Titans drive led to the first touchdown that swung momentum to the Titans' favor heading into the locker room.
We'll find out how much improved this unit really is in Week 2 against the Texans, but this was still a promising performance against a Steelers passing offense that is pretty thin.