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Like the linebackers, the defensive backs were a mixed bag. While Julio Jones only ended up with two catches, one was a 52-yard touchdown.
Coty Sensabaugh, 25, got burned by Jones for both catches, but it's hard to hold much against a young corner going against one of the best receivers in the NFL.
There weren't a lot of deflected passes, but with the new rules in place, that may just be the new normal for defensive backs. To the credit of the unit, Bernard Pollard and Michael Griffin came up and bailed out the front seven on multiple occasions.
In fact, after Brown, Pollard and Griffin were the top tacklers on the Titans defense.
George Wilson, 33, had a very good showing with the second-team players, so even though he's getting on in years, it's good to see that he's still a valuable depth player.
Blidi Wreh-Wilson finally saw some action this game, but even after Sensabaugh's bad game against New Orleans, he got the start. That tells me he's won the competition for all intents and purposes.
To me, the defensive backs were the best defensive unit, but they still have work to do.