The most important - and fairly obvious - thing to note here is that this was a really cool move by Taylor Lewan. Unnecessarily taking time out of his day following another tough loss to console an upset Titans fan that (I'm guessing) traveled to attend the game in San Diego undoubtedly made that kid's day. Also - perhaps just as favorably - it saved his parents HOURS of listening to their exhausted child bitch and moan about a crappy (no offense Tay) football team. That's a win for all parties involved, and all it took was one little gesture of good will from a professional athlete to a person who lives and cries with his team's excessively underwhelming on-field performance. So here's to you Taylor Lewan, for being grateful of the opportunity you've been blessed with and using it to make one family's vacation slightly more bearable - if only for a single afternoon.
Make no mistake, however, that this is an indictment of the Titans. There's a reason you don't see many losing players singling out their fans on the road, and it's because they are generally pretty pissed off that they didn't win. The fact that Taylor Lewan had already gotten over the result before he even left the field is a pretty big indicator that the mourning process started well before the game reached it's conclusion. I don't want to speak for a guy who looks to be a goddamn sweetheart, but I don't think this scene gets captured if the Chargers had won on a last second field goal. That doesn't mean it's any less awesome, but it does mean that athletic freaks that compete in the most violent sport on earth generally don't give a shit about anyone's tears immediately after realizing their loss of blood and sweat was for naught.