Tennessee Titans center announced, right guard facing issues


Today the Tennessee Titans had one of their last practices of the season as the team gears up to face the Houston Texans. One person of interest was Titans right guard Chance Warmack.

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I have gone to bat for the last few years saying that Warmack’s college tape was so good, and that he was such a dominant run blocker that the rest would come. He had heavy hands, was always moving forward, and played on a team where he made Trent Richardson look great.

However, his play isn’t developing and as much as I like everything I see and hear from him off the field, his on the field play is hurting the Titans. Before you are afraid of any recency bias or anything like that, I am not the only person who is seeing this.

PFF has Chance Warmack as their 67th ranked guard out of 80 possible players. Their numbers show that while he isn’t the worst at anything, he also doesn’t really have a strength.

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  • Greg Cosell said on the Midday 180 this after noon that,

    Warmack on film stands out more often in negative way than positive, not living up to draft status.”

    That is him being polite in saying that despite his great college tape, he has regressed as a player.

    While I hope that Warmack can develop under new coaching, maybe it is time to let someone else try their hand at right guard in 2016.

    Speaking of new starters, Joe Looney was announced as the Titans center today after a bad start by Gallik lead him to the bench. When Looney was in the game on Sunday he appeared to have a much better handle on what he was supposed to do, which resulted in fewer negative plays.

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    Having said that, this could also be because the offense was so poor in the first half that the New England Patriots took their foot off of the gas, and gave more vanilla coverages.

    Either way, I don’t think there is any harm in taking out Gallik now who has shown that he isn’t going to be the answer in year one. I have no idea who the starting center will be in 2016, but despite playing three players there this year he could (and should) be on another roster right now.