Morgan Cox – LS – Tennessee Titans
As the Tennessee Titans beat the Denver Broncos 17-10, Morgan Cox was in on 11 snaps, two of which were extra points and one of which was a 35-yard field goal by Randy Bullock. The real story was that he snapped it for eight punts from Ryan Stonehouse which averaged 54 yards a punt. In a field position game like this one, that was huge.
Darrell Taylor – LB – Seattle Seahawks
After missing a week due to injury, one of. Tennessee football’s rising stars was back Sunday as the Seattle Seahawks lost 21-16 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Germany. Darrell Taylor finished with one assisted tackle, so he still has to get back in rhythm.
Jakob Johnson – FB – Las Vegas Raiders
Playing on the other side of the ball that Kendal Vickers plays in the Raiders’ 25-20 loss to the Colts, Jakob Johnson was in on 29 percent of offensive snaps and10 percent of special teams snaps. He had one assisted tackle.
Theo Jackson – DB – Minnesota Vikings
In his third game of action, rookie Theo Jackson was in on 82 percent of special teams snaps. He had three tackles, one of which was solo, as the Minnesota Vikings beat the Buffalo Bills 33-30.
Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB -Houston Texans
Like Jackson, Jalen Reeves-Maybin was all special teams, playing on 83 percent of such snaps. He finished with a solo tackle int he Houston Texans’ 24-16 loss to the New York Giants.
Bryce Thompson – DB – New Orleans Saints
Another Tennessee football player for the Saints was in on 38 percent of special teams snaps in their loss to the Steelers.
Justin Coleman – DB – Seattle Seahawks
Joining Darrell Taylor, Justin Coleman was in on 29 percent of special teams snaps and had a 1 solo tackle as the Seahawks lost to the Bucs.
Cade Mays – OL – Carolina Panthers
For the fourth straight game, rookie Cade Mays played exclusively on special teams. He was in on 21 percent of special teams snaps as the Panthers defeated the Falcons 25-15.