Tennessee Titans: Top Ten Titans on the Hot Seat
By Dave Bevan
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Shonn Greene was suppose to be the guy who would rebuild the run game, and fill in areas that we felt Chris Johnson lacked. But, he has been worse than Johnson in so many ways. Greene had the opportunity this season to turn things around as he was named the starting running back. In return, he has been a big disappointment for many. Greene had two 1,000+ yard seasons with the Jets, and has yet to accumulate half of that in two seasons with the Titans. In last Sunday’s game against the Ravens, Greene cost the Titans six points with a fumble on the Raven’s one yard line that resulted in a turnover. Greene has been recently replaced of the starting role by rookie Bishop Sankey.