Video: Titans’ Taylor Lewan flashes middle finger at SkyCam
Tennessee Titans offensive lineman Taylor Lewan didn’t seem too pleased with a SkyCam that was flying above him following an injury in the team’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Lewan went down in the third quarter with the injury, but the Titans were still able to pick up a convincing 30-9 victory.
However, it’s clear that Lewan was less than thrilled with FOX’s decision to fly the SkyCam above him after he had just gone down with an injury.
So, Lewan responded in a way that only he can: he gave the camera the middle finger.
Taylor Lewan has no patience for your robot cam right now. pic.twitter.com/CjjQ0jJCmv
— Dan Hanzus (@DanHanzus) December 7, 2018
Lewan has never been shy about expressing his opinions, and this situation was no different. Most people probably wouldn’t want a camera zooming in on them as they lay on the ground hurting, so it’s hard to blame him for his unhappiness.
Still, the story of the night for the Titans was the unbelievable performance from running back Derrick Henry, who set a franchise record with 238 rushing yards while notching four touchdowns.
Henry also had a 99-yard score on the ground, with the former Alabama star joining Tony Dorsett as the only players in NFL history with a rushing touchdown of that length.
With the win, the Titans are still in the playoff hunt with three games to go, and they’ll try to keep the momentum going in Week 15 when they visit New York to take on the Giants.
After that, Lewan and company will finish the regular season with back-to-back home games against Washington and Indianapolis.