Has the media ever asked JRob a series of questions about why he takes the risks he does w/injured players in early rounds? Also, why does he invest in FA with bad injury history and pay market prices? We already had AJB, why not get a player who you could expect to be on the field?
I understand how the Titans operate, you can't win with just Tyreek. You are much better having quality players at all positions. To do that, you have to be able to develop them. Draft healthy players with the right body type and skills to do what you do. That's the only way you can do it. You have to commit to system. WE RUN IT. Hire and pay top quality position coaches. Scouts? Pay Them. The franchise is worth billions, spend the money to have the best people.
The Steelers get a so-so future QB 2022 round 1, but round two they get a Pickens. Back to back to back WRs on rookie deals. They run the ball, so 2021 they took a new RB in round 1 plus a versatile TE.
The Titans need to sell the fans on their plan, but it has to be working. Da King is my guy and I'm hoping da King returns. If you are committed to a run action offense, you really need a great backup RB. If Henry gets going, awesome. But if he doesn't? I think right now the backups need playing more, just in case.
Kinda need an OL, but that's every team. Now, if they can draft a QB who can elevate the team around him-grab him and start building like all the other teams. But getting a Burrow, Allen, Herbert or a Trev Lawrence requires losing a ton of games. Suck for Luck. I don't see Vrabel, JRob or this fanbase supporting the team as they lose 13, 14 games. There isn't a Luck's in every draft.