In his first National Football League game as a no. 1 receiver, Anderson caught three passes for 71 yards in his limited field time.
Anderson made a nice 53-yard catch on the opening drive, which ended with McCown's 4-yard TD pass Charone Peake.
This Julian Stanford sack temporarily put Titans rookie QB Alex Tanney out of the game.
Josh Martin also collected a sack and jumped on a fumble in the second half, but seemed to pop up everywhere as long as he was on the field. This was just a tune-up for McCown; look for him to play more next week. The Jets totaled 56 rushing yards, averaging 1.8 yards on 31 carries, and tallied only one rushing first down. Defensive end Leonard Williams got a sack as the Jets first-team defense allowed only one first down in two drives. He also rushed for six yards. Romar Morris and Jordan Todman were the opposite of inspiring. Petty finished 2-of-6 for 16 yards and took a hard hit on a sack.
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His two best throws of the night were on his final drive of the night: a 12-yard pass to tight end Jason Vander Laan and a 14-yard pass to Marquess Wilson in the third quarter. He missed it left.
It would be unfair to file Hack under either the "stud" or the "dud" column. The strong-armed passer delivered the ball with good velocity and wasn't helped by a couple of drops.
Hackenberg's production wasn't great - no points in eight possessions - but you have to grade on a curve when it comes to the former second-round pick.
McCown finished 3-of-4 for 72 yards and the touchdown. He got his evening underway with a 9-yard completion to Robby Anderson and completed his first four attempts. Hackenberg's final play of the night was a turnover on a botched snap - it was hard to tell if it was Hackenberg's fault or the center's.