They didn't stop him from scoring nor could they stop him from dancing that day, and the dab craze exploded out of that contest.The Titans didn't have to contend with Newton dabbing on Saturday.
Fairley made four tackles, including a sack, in the first quarter during a reassuring performance in New Orleans' 16-9 loss to the Houston Texans on Saturday.The Saints lost defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins, who joined the team as the 12 pick in the draft in April, to a broken leg on Monday.Coates caught two passes for 30 yards in the Steelers' 17-0 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, including a 23-yard gain on a tiptoe reception on the sideline.The Carolina Panthers went into their second preseason game aiming to get "three good series" out of quarterback Cam Newton and the first-team offense before sending them to the sidelines for the rest of Saturday's contest with the Tennessee Titans.On the opening possession of the game, Newton got one good series out of the way quickly by throwing a 61-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Ted Ginn on the fifth snap of the Panthers' 26-16 victory in Nashville. "And that's what you want to do — start fast and finish fast, too.
I think we've still got to work on that finishing part, and it was a couple throws that I wish I had back.
That's just the nature of the game." Newton also led a seven-play, 49-yard drive that ended in a field goal as Carolina took a 10-0 first-quarter lead.
That was sandwiched by two three-and-outs before Newton headed to the bench to let Derek Anderson and Joe Webb finish the game under center.
Newton completed 8-of-12 passes for 162 yards and did not run into any post-play trouble with the Titans.
During the Panthers' regular-season visit to Nissan Stadium last year, Carolina beat Tennessee 27-10 on Nov.
15, and some of Tennessee's defensive players were upset by Newton's end-zone dancing after one of the Panthers' touchdowns.