After 16 practices, the Titans have not accessed full offense once

TAMPA, Fla. – Cam Batson split wide opposite Chester Rogers with Jeremy McNichols in the backfield.

Roger Saffold and Ryan Tannehill were the only starters on the field the first time the Titans lined up against the Buccaneers on their second day of joint workouts.

Tennessee was hardly inept.

Tennessee Titans' Josh Reynolds Catching A Pass

Josh Reynolds over Herb Miller / © George Walker IV / Tennessean.com 

But that’s not the offense to challenge the reigning Super Bowl champs.

The Titans practiced against the Bucs without Derrick Henry, Julio Jones and A.J. Brown – their hotshot trio of weapons – as well as starters Ben Jones, Nate Davis, Geoff Swaim plus second running back Darrynton Evans and emergent Marcus Johnson.

In all, that is 55 percent of their starting offense.

The Titans have completed the 16 practices listed as their training camp schedule.

Zero of them included all their key offensive personnel.

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