Hall of Fame Game: Bills vs. Titans
Jumping for joy
Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher liked what he saw from his team in their 21-18 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
Back in business
After a tough 2008 season, Vince Young (right) returned to action in the Hall of Fame Game. He finished with 39 yards and one interception on 5-for-10 passing. He also connected with Paul Williams for a five-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards (No. 5) attempted just four passes but completed three of them, finishing with 34 yards in the air. He also picked up eight yards on one run against the Tennessee Titans on Aug. 9, 2009.
The Buffalo Bills' Marcus Buggs (right) couldn't corral Chris Henry of the Tennessee Titans during the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game at Fawcett Stadium on Aug. 9, 2009. Henry finished with 23 yards on six touches, leading all Tennesse rushers.
Reason to celebrate
After scoring a touchdown in the first quarter to put his team up by a 14-0 margin, Tennessee Titans running back LenDale White (right) was congratulated by Ahmard Hall.
Not down and out
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Terrell Owens looked good making two catches in the first quarter of his new team's preseason game against the Tennessee Titans in Canton, Ohio.
Tennessee Titans punter A.J. Trapasso scampered 40 yards down the field and into the end zone early in the first quarter, giving the Titans a 7-0 lead.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Kerry Collins had seven completions on 10 attempts for 82 yards.
Hall of Famer
Buffalo Bills team founder and owner Ralph Wilson Jr. was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day before his team played the Titans in the first preseason action. The Bills lost by a 21-18 score.
Ready for action
Wearing a Buffalo Bills jersey for the first time in a game, Terrell Owens didn't spend the entire time on the sidelines. He got into the game early on and finished with 27 yards on two catches. Owens caught a 15-yard pass over the middle on Buffalo's second play from scrimmage, then earned a first down two plays later.
One day after two Bills -- former star Bruce Smith and owner/founder/president Ralph Wilson, Jr. -- were inducted into the Hall of Fame, Buffalo took on Tennessee in the preseason opener on Aug. 9, 2009, in Canton, Ohio.
Listening to music before the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, Terrell Owens also opted to catch a few passes.