Scout's take: A closer look at first action for Malik Willis, other Titans

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- It is exciting to watch a rookie athletic quarterback in the preseason. He usually shows his college skill set against a very vanilla defense that isn’t designed to defend against the player's strengths.

Malik Willis, the Titans’ third-round draft choice in 2022, got his chance to start the first preseason game.  

Malik Willis

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He had several exciting scrambles and improvised dump-off passes.

These types of plays bring great excitement to fans with the dreams and hopes of more of those plays driving the thought the player is ready for prime time.

But when the tape is broken down and evaluated the Titans coaching staff will see a lot of the same plays they

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