NFL Power Ranking: Breaking down the Tennessee Titans offense


With the 2015 NFL Draft coming up, teams are hard at working putting the finishing touches on areas of need on their teams. The Tennessee Titans are no different and they have a lot of work to do. With NFL free agency mostly over, it is time to take a look at what the Tennessee Titans have on their roster.

Today, I am taking a look at every offensive player on the roster and ranking them from top to bottom. This should help identify where the Tennessee Titans need help and where they have plenty of talent.

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  • Here is my power ranking of the Tennessee Titans offense as it stands today.

    1. Delanie Walker TE

    2. Kendall Wright WR

    3. Taylor Lewan LT

    4. Chance Warmack RG

    5. Harry Douglas WR

    6. Dexter McCluster WR/RB/PR

    7. Andy Levitre LG

    8. Bishop Sankey RB

    9. Zach Mettenberger QB

    10. Justin Hunter WR

    11. Taylor Thompson TE

    12. Byron Stingily OT

    13. Craig Stevens TE

    14. Brian Schwenke C

    15. Lache Seastrunk RB

    16. Charlie Whitehurst QB

    17. Anthony Fasano TE

    18. Clyde Gates WR

    19. Antonio Andrews RB/FB

    20. Shonn Greene RB

    21. Gabe Ikard C

    22. Rico Richardson WR

    23. Dorin Dickerson FB

    24. Josh Stewart WR

    25. Justin McCray OL

    26. Will Poehls OL

    27. Alex Tanney QB

    28. Jacoby Ford WR

    29. Brett Brackett TE

    30. Terren Jones OL

    31. Jamon Meredith OL

    Before we start:

    Obviously once I got past 14, there was a lot of guess work going on by me in these power rankings. I had to factor in grades from Pro Football Focus as well potential to play in the future, and even their performances in preseason games or games at the college level.

    This is not a science, and in about one month there will be some heavy shuffling as the Tennessee Titans draft some offensive players and potentially bring in good offensive linemen like Joe Barksdale and Stefen Wisniewski.

    Having said all that, these rankings reflect the order in which you can objectively rank the Tennessee Titans offensive roster from top to bottom. If there is any player I missed let me know, but I used the fine folks at Ourlads who usually have the most up to date depth charts of anyone.

    Glaring issues:

    The biggest issue for the Tennessee Titans on paper is how devoid of blue-chip players this team is at the top. Obviously we knew that going in, but only about four of these players are guaranteed starters on every other team around the league.

    Another issue is how far down the list the Tennessee Titans starting quarterback, Zach Mettenberger is. Having your starting quarterback fall out of your top five offensive player is never a good thing even if you have Pro-Bowlers ahead of him (see Dalton, Andy).

    Biggest benefits:

    Before doing this I really didn’t see how strong the Tennessee Titans were at tight end and running back. Obviously they are stronger at tight end, but at running back they have three budding young players that could all make a push to be the starter in camp.

    Also, the Tennessee Titans offensive line is better on paper than I thought. While Andy Levitre is not worth his contract, he really jumped out to me as an average/above average player when I went back and watched some games to prep for this. With a new center and right tackle this team could be very stout up front.

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