Harold Landry has moved from spot sacks to more impactful play

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Perhaps Harold Landry will turn into the sort of imposing pass rusher who demands game-planning on every snap from teams trying to block him.LandryIntro

But for now, in his second year, it feels like satisfying growth that spot sacks have turned into larger segments of impactful play for the Titans.

“Now I think he’s factoring in much more,” Shane Bowen said. “I think there is more consistently in truly affecting those guys when they drop back.”

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