Taylor Lewan says his four-game suspension ‘screwed’ Titans
One of the anchors of the Tennessee Titans’ offensive line definitely seems to have some regrets about how the season went.
Taylor Lewan thanked Titans fans for their support after the team’s season ended at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. He added that he felt he had “screwed” the team by missing the first four games of the regular season for violating the league’s policy against performance-enhancing substances.
Thank you to every single @Titans fan that believed in us through the year. I screwed this team being gone for 4 weeks, the team never flinched in front of adversity even when we were 2-4. I love the city of Nashville and excited about our teams future.
— Taylor Lewan (@TaylorLewan77) January 20, 2020
The Titans went 2-2 in Lewan’s absence and 7-5 with him. He probably helped, but the Titans seem to have finished the season more or less where they should have.
Lewan also got in an unnecessary verbal back-and-forth with some members of the Buffalo Bills, but he seems to be growing this season after these things went wrong. He’s clearly taken responsibility for the suspension, and he’s a big part of the bright future the Titans appear to have.