The two biggest takeaways from the snap counts had to do with tight end Geoff Swaim and cornerback Caleb Farley.

 Swaim’s snap count in particular will want to make you bang your head against the wall

The team’s least talented tight end, Swaim, somehow managed to out-snap every Titans skill position player.

Swaim’s 44 snaps were also just two less than Austin Hooper and Chigoziem Okonkwo combined.

 Dontrell Hilliard only played 11 snaps but made the most of them with three catches for 61 yards and two scores.

Hassan Haskins didn’t have a touch in his seven snaps, all of which came on the final drive.

 rookies Kyle Philips and Treylon Burks saw a healthy amount, with 26 and 22 respectively.

Taylor Lewan was the only offensive lineman who didn’t play 100 percent of snaps, as he missed two during the contest

The bigger takeaway here is that it was Dennis Daley and not Dillon Radunz who was the next man up at left tackle

Bud Dupree’s 47 snaps were the most he has played in a game since Week 9 of last season.