NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Initially, I was thinking Larrell Murchison would walk away with this hardware-less prize.

ChrisJacksonZoomBut I was way off when I stepped back and looked at the full picture.

Chris Jackson out-snapped Murchison 239-142 and maxed out with 74 percent against Buffalo, while Murchison’s rotational work peaked at 37 percent in the same game.

To Jackson’s credit, he was called on early when the Titans were in a real jam, with Adoree’ Jackson unexpectedly missing when he suffered a knee injury just days before the opener and with Kristian Fulton missing much of camp with a hamstring injury.

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