For those itching to catch a glimpse of Mike Mularkey's "Exotic Smashmouth," you'll have to be patient during the Titans' opening possession on Saturday night.
The head coach confirmed that Tennessee's first two offensive play calls will be made by people involved in a team auction in support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Two bidders offered $10,000 for the right to call a play, and Mularkey agreed to give both a shot.
"I did it in Atlanta," Mularkey explained, referencing his time as offensive coordinator with the Falcons. "I offered the first play of the preseason game up for auction -- let somebody come in here, see how we function, how everything operates here and really go through a game plan with them. Bring them in to the offensive room where all of our coaches were, which they did yesterday, and the board is up for the Chargers. And we talked through a lot of the plays that are up there and give them the ability to call the first play."