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  1. MOD EDIT Easier to read this format...
  2. The Titans top free agent target should be Jadaveon Clowney. He had his best statistical year under Vrabel and Bowen and Crennel, who could all possibly end up on staff here. He’s a missing element of the defense when it comes to Vrabel’s diamond front that we weren’t able to run much of this year. This is a dominant run player who sets the edge and is a highly underrated pass rusher. He would add a new and unique element to this defense to allow it to reach its full potential and achieve the vision that Vrabel has for the defense and the diamond front. PFF agrees: “TENNESSEE TITANS: EDGE JADEVEON CLOWNEY Tennessee shocked the football landscape this year and nearly made its way to the Super Bowl before blowing a 10-point lead to the Chiefs. Resigning Ryan Tannehill — as odd as that would have sounded a year ago — seems like a must. The only majorhole in their roster that need to be filled after that situation is their edge unit. Jadeveon Clowney has said he wants to go to a contender, and the Titans have proved that they can be exactly that. Clowney finished 2019 as the 10th highest-graded edge defender and won on 16.6% of his pass-rushing reps, which ranked 29th. The interest has to be mutual, for the right price, of course.” https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-free-agent-each-team-needs-to-pursue-2020-offseason This of course assumes that he makes it to free agency, which he very well may not. But with Seattle’s frugal ways under Schneider and them not being able to use the franchise tag, it is possible that he hits free agency. If Conklin and Ryan depart, we could afford to pay him 17-18M annually. His injury history is something you have to accept and live with when signing this player, and he’d have to be managed accordingly.
  3. JRob has just over a month to make one of the most important decisions in his tenure as Titans GM when he has to decide whether to hand Derrick Henry a long term extension before the July 15 deadline for franchise tag players to agree a long term extension. There are not only on the field but off the field considerations involved in this decision. - The disastrous recent record of big money RB contracts - The potential fall in the 2021-2022 salary caps due to lost revenue from the covid-19 pandemic. - Marketing/Sponsorship/Brand Recognition benefits a player like Henry provides the Titans - Leadership qualities that have clearly developed over his time in Nashville. - How much can you afford to pay a 2 down RB - How important is Henry to the physical identity of this franchise and the way they want to play football One thing JRob has done a pretty decent job of is not loading this team up with many large boom/bust contracts in his time here, I think the way the Tannehill contract has been structured there could be an issue if he regresses hard anytime in the next couple of years, adding a big RB contract for Henry could also be considered risky. In his zoom call today JRob basically confirmed the team is going to do everything in its power to sign Henry to a long term deal before the July 15th deadline. Must admit i'm torn on any potential Henry extension because I love how he fits with the vision of JRob/Vrabel and how they want to this team to play and I just think the tandem of Tannehill/Henry works, but you simply can't ignore the financial realities of big 2nd RB contracts and the disaster they usually turn out to be. I expect Henry will get a long term deal before July 15th I just hope JRob doesn't load a possible problematic contract to this salary cap in the process of getting it done.
  4. Has the roster gotten better this off season or taken a step backward?
  5. UDFA List: WR Mason Kinsey - Berry College WR Kristian Wilkerson - SEMO WR Kyle Williams - Arizona State WR Nick Westbrook - Indiana TE Tommy Hudson - Arizona State RB Cameron Scarlett - Stanford OL Anthony McKinney - TCU OL Brandon Kemp - Valdosta St C Aaron Brewer - Texas St. DL Kobe Smith - South Carolina DL Teair Tart - FIU LB Khaylan Kearse-Thomas - Arizona St. LB Cale Garrett - Missouri K Tucker McCann - Missouri
  6. Im sure Tannehill wouldn't mind having depth at that position since it is his blindside. Should we sign?? https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/lizzo-works-red-hot-sports-203458981.html
  7. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/ranking-the-top-10-nfl-kickers-and-top-10-punters-heading-into-the-2020-regular-season/ 5. Brett Kern, Titans A big reason the Titans defense was so good last year is because Brett Kern was always putting them in a position to succeed. During the 2019 season, Kern placed 37 punts inside the 20-yard line of his opponent, which led the NFL, and is more impressive when you consider that only two punters even hit the 35 mark (Kern and Jake Bailey). Being able to pin your opponent deep means a punter has a lot of control over his ball, but make no mistake, Kern could also boom that call whenever the Titans needed it. Not only did he rank fourth in the NFL in yards per punt (47.1), but he also ranked fourth in net yards per punt with an average of 43.1. If Kern and the Titans have one weakness, it's that the Tennessee punt coverage team surrendered 9.0 yards per return. The Titans were one of just nine teams in the NFL that gave up nine or more yards per return in 2019. On a completely unrelated note, if you are a fan of quality punting -- and who's not? -- you should probably watch as much AFC South football as possible next season. Out of our top 7 punters on this list, three of them came from the AFC South (Kern, Cooke, Anger).
  8. I would have to say either Kevin Dodd, or Kendall Wright. I would name DGB but I already knew that was a wasted pick before he even played a game. Who do you have?
  9. I talk about how impactful Derrick Henry is even when he doesn't get the ball. This is a sequence of 4 plays last season vs the Raiders and illustrates how he is utilized. I would love to hear feedback and if you like the video subscribe to my channel. Lots more Titans-specific breakdowns coming. https://youtu.be/J6mhhbbESrk
  10. 1. Henry 2. Tannehill 3. AJ Brown 4. Kevin Byard 5. Brett Kern
  11. Chris Simms has his list of top 40 QBs and Tannehill at 11. Simms calls him an "amazing deep ball thrower, accurate, good athlete, expected him to beat out Mariota". https://www.nbcsports.com/video/chris-simms-2020-top-40-qb-rankings-ryan-tannehill-titans
  12. Of course this comes out four years down the road. Welcome to 2020 folks.
  13. Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter · NFL owners approved a proposal today to cover the seats closest to the field, then place sponsor logos over those seat coverings.
  14. https://www.nbcsports.com/boston/patriots/mike-vrabel-recalls-bill-belichick-losing-his-mind-over-clock-loophole-play
  15. Reports say Josh Evans has cancer. He played for the Oilers/Titans from 1995-2001. 79 tackles and 14.5 sacks during those years. https://titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/06/20/report-former-titans-dt-josh-evans-is-battling-dire-cancer-diagnosis/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  16. Round 1: OT Isaiah Wilson, Georgia Round 2: CB Kristian Fulton, LSU Round 3: RB Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State Round 5: DT Larrell Murchison, NC State Round 7: QB Cole McDonald, Hawaii Round 7: Traded to KC Round 7: S Chris Jackson, Marshall
  17. On IMGUR last night, there was an article showing how friendly Usain Bolt is with specators, helpers, etc. Then someone posted this. Instead of handing his stuff to the kid, he just throws his warmup stuff on the floor.
  18. (CNN)Several players for the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans have tested positive for the coronavirus, sources tell NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero. None of the players were in the teams' facilities and both teams followed proper health protocols, according to the report. "Due to federal and local privacy laws, we are unable to provide information regarding the personal health of any of our employees," the Cowboys told CNN in a statement on Monday. CNN has reached out to the Texans and the National Football League for confirmation. NFL teams were allowed to reopen their facilities starting May 19, provided they fit all the requirements to do so.
  19. Love this guys videos. He really gets in-depth with breaking down the plays.
  20. https://www.google.com/amp/s/titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/06/06/tennessee-titans-ryan-tannehill-derrick-henry-a-j-brown-best-trio/amp/ He ranks them as the NFL’s best trio Not Rodgers, Jones, Adams Not Brees, Kamara, Thomas Not Dak, Elliott, Cooper Not Ryan, Gurley, Julio Not Jackson, Ingram, Andrews Not Mahomes, Edwards-Helaire, Hill but Tannehill, Henry, and Brown discuss

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