NASHVILLE, Tenn. – New guys, new energy, new result.

For a team largely built on continuity coming into the 2020 season, the Titans needed a newcomer boost on Sunday to help secure a 22-17 win over Chicago at Nissan Stadium and end a two-game losing streak.KingCHI20KL

Photo: Kate Luffman/Tennessee Titans

In his Titans’ debut, veteran corner Desmond King bounced around during warmups, played tighter coverage than we’ve seen from a lot of guys at his position this season and opportunistically grabbed a fumbled forced by the consistently play-making Jeffery Simmons and returned it for a 63-yard touchdown.

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