Back in Week 1, the Titans pulled out a 16-14 victory over the Denver Broncos. Part of that week’s preparation likely saw the Titans focus a lot of attention on rising star Bradley Chubb, especially with Von Miller sidelined.
Throughout that Monday night contest, Chubb was matched up across from Taylor Lewan in what was a juicy head-to-head battle, if you’re into that sort of thing (spoiler alert: we are).
Our own Justin Melo recently spoke with Chubb to understand how the Broncos studied and prepared for the Titans’ offensive line and what the young pass rusher has learned from his new teammate Jurrell Casey. Chubb even shared a few stories about Titans’ rookie defensive linemen — and his former teammate at North Carolina State — Larrell Murchison.
JM: You’ve been awarded the SNICKERS Chain for your performance this past week. The chain is awarded to one player each week who showed a hunger for more by making big plays. You had a great Week 3 game. What does this award mean to you?
BC: It means a lot to me. This award has been given out to some fantastic players so far this year. The three players that won the award before me are great players. It takes a great performance to win this award. I’m just thankful that I’ve been viewed as worthy. You have to go out there and put on your game face if you expect to get this sort of recognition. I’m so happy that I won this week.
JM: That’s great. Congratulations once again. Your Week 1 opponent happened to be the Tennessee Titans. I’m curious to get your take on their O-line. Tell me about the tackles you played against, what your talking points were throughout the week and just what your overall impression of them was?
Follow #SNICKERSchain on social to see which player gets it each week throughout the season!