Friday, November 27, 2020

Each Team’s Best and Worst NFL Draft Pick

With 253 players chosen, the NFL draft is officially over. Here is each team's best and worst draft pick. AFC AFC West Denver Broncos Best Pick: Paxton Lynch, Quarterback, Memphis, first round In taking Paxton Lynch, the Broncos have secured their franchise quarterback moving forward. In order to acquire Lynch, the Broncos had to trade up to prevent teams like Dallas and Cleveland from taking...

The Golden Age of Running Backs Is Now…but Nobody Cares

Stop me if you've heard this one before: the running back position is being devalued in the NFL. It's a common cliché that is a direct result of another NFL cliché: it's a passing league now. Both of these are true statements. In a world where only four running backs are making an average of $7 million or more...

Predicting the 2016 NFL Rookies of the Year

Offensive Rookie of the Year: The Frontrunner: Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Dallas Cowboys This is an easy pick. The best running back prospect in the last few years drafted to the team with the NFL's best offensive line. If Elliott doesn't win the OROY award, it will be a disappointment. Now that Darren McFadden's injury woes have resurfaced, look for Elliott to tote...

Mariota, Titans Ready To Find Identity In Running Game

Just one season after quarterback Marcus Mariota was taken number two overall in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Titans may be ready to find their identity in their running game. Does this mean that after one season the Titans, and head coach Mike Mularkey are giving up on Mariota? No. What it means is that new General Manager Jon Robinson...

Jack Conklin Comfortable In New Spot

The Tennessee Titans are pleased with how their off season is going so far, and they are more pleased with their first round draft pick, Jack Conklin. Conklin was taken number eight overall by the Titans at offensive tackle, a big need for the team. The Titans struggled to protect their star rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota who was sacked 38...

Power Ranking All the NFL Head Coaches For 2016

Mike Mularkey Talk about an uninspired coaching hire. Mularkey was the Buffalo Bills head coach for two seasons, compiling a 14-18 record before he resigned from the team. Then he coached the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 2-14 record and got himself fired immediately. He served as the Tennessee Titans' interim head coach after they fired Ken Whisenhunt last season and...

Realistic Expectations For Titans

Look at the 2015 Tennessee Titans and you might think how bad of a team that was fielded in Nashville. A three win season, after just two wins in 2014. So, to follow the trend the Titans should finish this upcoming season with a huge total of four wins. As Lee Corso says, “ Not so fast my friend!” Yes,...

Veteran Andre Johnson Meets With Tennessee

The Tennessee Titans are in the running for a big play maker, and former Colts and Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson visited with Tennessee on Tuesday. Johnson is a free agent after one season with the Colts. He was released in February. The 35 year old wide out has over 14,000 yards and 68 touchdowns in his career, primarily...

Titans Show Run Dominance In First Preseason Game

In the first preseason game for the Titans, they did just what they expected to do. Run the ball. The San Diego Chargers were the team's first test, and the Titans came away with the win 27-10. In a great off season for Tennessee, a lot of the focus was on their running game. In 2015, Tennessee’s leading rusher, Antonio...

Panthers @ Titans Preseason Week 2

After a solid first preseason game for the Tennessee Titans, they look ahead to preseason game number two against the Carolina Panthers. The Running Game: The Titans' running attack had an impressive first preseason game. As a team, Tennessee ran for a combined 288 yards led by DeMarco Murray with 93 yards and yards and Derrick Henry with 74 yards. Today's game,...
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