Potential Pro-Bowlers for Tennessee Titans

Sep 13, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota (8) smiles as congratulates wide receiver Kendall Wright (13) on a pass against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Tennessee Titans defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 42-14. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 13, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota (8) smiles as congratulates wide receiver Kendall Wright (13) on a pass against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Tennessee Titans defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 42-14. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /
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Last year the team finished with a 3-13 record, but still had two players ( Delanie Walker & Jurrell Casey) compete in the pro-bowl. It isn’t typical for bad teams to have players compete in this game, but the Titans do have talent and took big strides in adding more this year.

Also in recent years ratings for the pro-bowl have dropped, but the league has switched back to AFC vs NFC which should bring more competition and make for a more interesting game. Let’s look at a few Tennessee Titans who could make their first pro-bowl this year.

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Marcus Mariota – QB

Marcus had a successful rookie year for the most part. He won more games in less tries for the Titans in the previous year. He still has a ways to go, but most analysts will tell you the most growth for a quarterback will come from year 1-2, and reports coming from training camp are that he’s doing just that. If he can stay healthy watch out! Although he doesn’t have a true number one receiver, he has a revamped group with veteran leadership. He has big guys, guys who can run crisp routes, a really good slot receiver, and some guy named Delanie Walker playing tight end. Marcus is a mobile quarterback with pin point accuracy so he’s fun to watch as long as he stays on the feild.

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  • Kendall Wright – WR

    Kendall is in a contract year and he’s going to be playing the slot position this year ( which I think he should have been all along). He’s been the Titans most reliable receiver for the Titans although that isn’t saying much. But now the defenses are going to have a lot to look for and I seem him having a year similar to his sophomore season.

    Tajae Sharpe – WR

    As it stands right now Titans fans are the only fans who know anything about Tajae Sharpe. He’s a rookie drafted in this draft (5th round) and he’s playing with the 1s right now. When the season starts and the rest of the league sees this guy, the fans are going to love him and his story. He should put up some good numbers as well. Prediction: ( 63 catches, 820 yards, and 6 TDs)

    DeMarco Murray- RB

    DeMarco lead the whole league in rushing during the 2014 season, but had a horrible year last year with the Eagles. He made his way to the Titans after which and now he’s in a scheme who fits his needs, but the offensive line has greatly improved and the team has other weapons it will have to account for. Not only is it possible he makes the pro- bowl but if he returns to 2014 form he could win the “come back player of the year” award.

    Rashad Johnson- FS

    Rashad comes to Tennessee from the Arizona Cardinals. He’s a play maker in the back feild recording 5 interceptions last year. The team has approved in almost every area, and although the secondary has improved, I believe it’s the area with the least improvement. If the players from last year play like they did last year, Johnson should really stand out.

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    Avery Williamson- ILB

    Avery has a story much like Sharpe, but unlike Sharpe Avery didn’t get his opportunity until Zach Brown went down in the first game of the season. Once Avery got the nod to start there has been no looking back. His rookie year I would say he put up about average numbers, his sophomore year he put up some pretty good numbers, and if the trend continues he should be a really good or maybe even great linebacker. What the numbers don’t show you are although they was good, they could have been better because he was always around the ball. It also helps he has a good D-line allowing him to run free and a coach by the name of Dick Labaue.