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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Thanos22, Mar 21, 2020.
Nope, different song. Bingo was about a dog.
Top 2 priorities were to take care of Tannehill and Henry. We've done that.
Next priority was pass rusher. We got a guy in his prime that once lead the league in sacks.
We are in the mix for Clowney.
And we are in a position to plug in depth guys, maybe trade for a quality vet (if we don't get Clowney), and are in a position to reasonably draft the best, most impactful players available.
Sucks we lost Casey, but we are doing fine.
Casey is still solid, he is just overpaid. That is why no one wanted him. They know he is good, just not 11mil good or however much he is getting paid.
We must demand that an ok defense become a great defense. We cannot chase a haunted past. We gotta get on a rail and create a dynasty.
Saying Logan blows is going a little far. He might not be worth $10M to this roster, but he's far from "blows". You know what blows? This thread and the OP, that's what.
Casey is the only move that I scratch my head at. Conklin is being touted by the national media as the greatest thing since sliced bread. I seem to remember him letting Marcus get knocked on his ass a ton before Vrabel made the QB switch. I also saw a defense that was resilient, but had trouble getting to the QB when it really mattered. While our division may be in play, the AFC is Kansas City's or Baltimore's to lose in the big picture unless the Titans get a better pass rush and get better at stopping the run. Losing Conklin only hurts from losing O Line chemistry in my book. They will replace him, and hopefully that chemistry will happen before half the season is over. To win the AFC (and a Super Bowl) the defense will have to have an answer for the Chief's offense - if they get that, then they will win the AFC South. If they don't it really doesn't matter.
Nice tribute to Kenny Rogers, by the way.
Solid post, totally agree.
STEVE McFLARE said: ↑
This what good teams do. They know when to hold em and know when to fold em. Know when to walk away and know when to run.
The offensive skill starters from our incredible run last year are ALL returning. Losing Tajae and Lewis is fine, both will be upgraded in the draft. Maybe we can finally get that burner deep threat!
The defense let us down a bit last year. They could NOT get pressure on QBs consistently. If we get Clowney, our pass rush will be VASTLY better this year with a healthy Simmons, Clowney and Beasley. How good does that sound?!
As for Logan, well he really fell off down the stretch last year. Jackson, Butler and Brock all had significantly higher coverage grades. There’s a reason he hasn’t signed anywhere yet. I still believe we’re going CB in round one, but could see us bringing Brock back on the cheap.
Loooooong way to go till the season starts