As another offseason comes to an end, Wyatt highlighted the “elephant in the room” in one of his most recent tweets. Now the real question is whether the Tennessee Titans are going to address their glaring problems.
Most notably, Tennessee may struggle to get its run game going now that running back Chris Johnson has moved onto the New York Jets. Yes, the team has Shonn Greene, but he injury-plagued 28-year-old will need to prove that he can still be a work horse when the offense needs him to step up to the plate.
— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) June 20, 2014
That being said, quarterback Jake Locker has a bigger question mark over his head. Given that no one has seen him active in an official NFL game since last year, his reliability is in question. Fans will need to rely on new head coach Ken Whisenhunt‘s word that Locker has been impressive in his injury recovery so far this offseason.
As Titans fans look ahead to the preseason, there’s little chance that these questions will be answered until the players take the field. However, one cannot discount the glimmer of hope that this roster seems to have coming out of the past few months.