Pro Football Focus released their top free agent offensive linemen list for this offseason (well, the top 10 anyway). The Titans are desperate for better offensive line play and there is no way that they won’t consider these guys, especially with Jon Robinson now in charge.
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So, here is a look at the guys that made the list and how they fit with the Titans.
1. Cordy Glenn LT, Buffalo Bills
I don’t think Glenn will be a fit for his price because left tackles can essentially print money in free agency these days. Glenn has been very good as a run blocker and a pass blocker, and if the Titans are set on moving Lewan to right tackle then they could sign Glenn, but I doubt it.
2. Kelechi Osemele T/G, Baltimore Ravens
Osemele is what the Titans hope that Jeremiah Poutasi will be one day. He is a versatile player who isn’t a hole at offensive tackle, but ideally he is your inside mauler who can also hold up well in pass protection. This is a guy I could see them making a big play for because he is probably the most “intimidating” offensive lineman on this list.
3. Kelvin Beachum OT, Pittsburgh Steelers
No thank you. Beachum is a product of great running back play and a great offensive line coach, I want no part of that many variables.
4. Mitchell Schwartz RT, Cleveland Browns
This is the guy that the Titans need to make a big play for. A very intelligent player who has dominated the league as a right tackle. This is a move that requires the least amount of change (Lewan stays at LT) and gives you a high caliber leader.
5. Donald Penn OT, Oakland Raiders
I don’t like OTs that have done well one place and not another. His struggles in Tampa Bay are well documented and I wouldn’t risk going after him with what he will make in free agency.
6. Richie Incognito G, Buffalo Bills
Is he a good player? Yes actually he is. Is he intimidating? Definitely that. However, as a guy who habitually preys on younger guys and is anything but a leader, he should not be on the Titans roster.
7. Evan Mathis G, Denver Broncos
Mathis is older and probably wants to win a championship more than anything, but if the Titans could snag him on a two year deal he could be what Steve Hutchinson was supposed to be.
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8. Ryan Schraeder OT, Atlanta Falcons
While he was one of the best RTs in the league on PFF, I don’t like zone scheme OTs who play with smart OCs. It generally tends to make them look much better than they are, and the Titans need a right tackle who can stand up to J.J. Watt.
9. Brandon Brooks G, Houston Texans
I just don’t think he is very good. I am not sure why he is on this list honestly.
10. Stefen Wisniewski C, Jacksonville Jaguars
Wiz was the best player on the Jaguars offensive line last year and he is probably the best option to replace Brian Schwenke as the Titans starting center next year. He has plenty of veteran leadership qualities and he has shown that he is willing to take a short term deal if the money is right which would allow the Titans to draft and develop his replacement.
So, here are the players I believe should be high priority on this list in order:
Anyone else would have to make a lot less than I am expecting for me to sign off on them being brought in.