SUMMARY: The Titans offense has sputtered most of the preseason with the exception of when it goes into a no-huddle. In Saturday's 20-6 loss to the Falcons, the Titans moved the football 64 yards in eight plays with under two minutes left in the half. During that drive, QB Billy Volek completed six passes and had four first downs. Previous to that, Volek had only completed a total of eight pass and three first downs the entire first half. The same happened last week in Denver where the offense scored its only points of the first half in a hurry-up offense. "It's a combination of (offensive coordinator) Norm (Chow) making the calls through the headset and me making the calls on the field," Volek said. "We're both working together at situations like that, and it's good that we're pushing the ball down the field. I don't know why that's working and other areas aren't. I think that as an offense maybe we'll jump in and out of that situation when we're stalled, like we were." What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.