Bears quarterback Jay Cutler didn't waste any time getting receiver Roy Williams involved Saturday night at LP Field.
On the first offensive snap, Cutler faked a hand off to running back Matt Forte then fired a pass for the right sideline for Williams.
The play gained 17 yards.
Then, on the very next play, Cutler launched a pass toward the middle of the field for Williams but the ball hit his hands and landed in the arms of Titans safety Michael Griffin.
"The second one, that's my fault," Williams said. "I still got to catch that one, but I felt like there should have been a flag somewhere in there. But, this is the NFL, so we got past that one and you just go to the next play."
Williams didn't play on the next series, but he insisted that wasn't punishment from receivers coach Darryl Drake.
"Don't look too far into it. Please, don't look too far into it," Williams said of Johnny Knox stepping in for him. "We were rotating the whole night.
"Tonight, everybody made plays, from 11 all the way down to 84."
Williams said the receivers played well, as a whole. Earl Bennett had a game-high 89 yards on six catches, while Williams was second on the Bears with 33 yards on two catches. Devin Hester had two catches for 31 yards, but he had at least one drop. Knox had one catch for 21 yards, while rookie Dane Sanzenbacher had two catches for 23 yards.
"It was a good day's work," Williams said. "Still not where it needs to be, but that's why you have preseason games and that's why you practice. We still have a long way to go, but I don't think we've arrived yet."