According to The Tennessean, Titans guard Chance Warmack viewed his first regular season NFL game as a learning experience. With J.J. Watt expected to line up on the other side of the ball this week, the Titans will find out if the rookie they drafted specifically for these types of situations can do the job.
According to The Tennessean...
“The rookie also witnessed some impressive sights, such as when Steelers safety Troy Polamalu leaped between him and center Rob Turner to hit quarterback Jake Locker just as he took the snap.
“To see players like that in real life, it’s a wake-up call,” Warmack said. “It just lets you know you are playing against the best of the best.
Titans head coach Mike Munchak said Warmack missed a few calls because of crowd noise but overall he views Warmack as “a special football player”.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak said he liked Warmack coming out of college and he clearly sees that Munchak, a former Oilers offensive lineman, is building a physical offensive line. “We loved him coming out of college,” Kubiak said. “You can see how Mike has his team built physically, to be a physical football team, and to me they made a statement from that standpoint last week in the opener.”