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How Will OL Look in 2014?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by The Hammer, May 11, 2014.

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How do you think the drafting of Taylor Lewan will impact the starting OL in 2014?

No Change. Lewan will ride the pine until there is an injury. 10 vote(s) 22.2%
Lewan at LG; move Levitre to C and Schwenke to the bench 2 vote(s) 4.4%
Lewan at RT; move Oher to LG and Schwenke to bench 1 vote(s) 2.2%
Lewan to RT and Oher to the bench 22 vote(s) 48.9%
Lewan to LT and Roos to the bench or cut 9 vote(s) 20.0%
Other -- Not listed 1 vote(s) 2.2%
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  1. pettso Starter

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    I highly doubt we cut Roos this year, it'd be stupid. He's almost 100% gone for next year, but it's a HUGE risk to rely on Oher and Lewan in 2014. One is a rookie and the other is coming off a pretty bad 2013. Roos, while not at the top of his game, is still at worst an average LT. I wouldn't be surprised if he's better than both Lewan and Oher this year.
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    i actually think we keep all 3, it's almost a certainty that at some point during the season you will need that 6th lineman to come in and replace an injured guy anyway.
  2. MrBean Master of Not Much

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    HAs anyone thought about playing 3 tackle formations like the Colts did to us. Put in 3 big bodies and pound Greene down the field.
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    There I fixed it for you.
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  4. MrBean Master of Not Much

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    Just didn't think of Sankey when I think of pounding the ball down the field. That was the whole point of having Greene, the bigger back to be the bruiser.

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