Week 2 of the preseason is typically used for getting your starters around one quarter of playing time, and spending the remainder of the time evaluating the 90-man rosters which will soon be pared down to each team's 53-man roster in a few short weeks.
Both teams made an effort to go with what they hope will be each team's respective strengths — the running game. After a slow start in preseason game one, Titans running back Chris Johnson got somewhat back on track with a pair of 14-yard scampers, both for a touchdown, capping off a 10 rush, 46-yard game.
The Bucs, taking advantage of an early interception by Ahmad Black returned to the 2-yard line of the Titans, scored the opening touchdown of the game with a jump ball to Mike Willams. That early score represented all of the points the Bucs were able to attain.
The Titans, in an effort to get quarterback Jake Locker more playing time, gave him an extended look against the Bucs. Evidentially, Locker showed enough against the Bucs...