Tennessee Titans GM Jon Robinson’s rookie class looks amazing


The Tennessee Titans nailed it by getting Jon Robinson.

I want to do this periodically throughout the year, and now seems like a great time to check in on the Tennessee Titans rookie class.

In a draft class, you are lucky to get 3 guys that end up being solid contributors. If one is a star then that makes it even better. However in this draft class, the first five picks all look like they could be contributors and some have the chance to be more than that.

Take a look at how they have all done up to this point.

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1st round: Corey Davis

Davis looks outstanding when he is on the field, but right now he is resting and healing up to be active down the stretch. That is the luxury you have when you have a roster with Rishard Matthews, Delanie Walker, Taywan Taylor, Eric Decker, DeMarco Murray, and Derrick Henry.

There are plenty of mouths to feed in this offense and putting Davis on ice for a while ultimately didn’t hurt the Titans yesterday in a win against the Seahawks.

1st round: Adoree Jackson

Adoree Jackson is the best rookie DB right? If you look at everything they do for a team he has to be right at the top of the list.

In run support, he is one of the more active CBs in the league already trying to fly in and make tackles at or behind the LOS. Only 4 players had more tackles that Jackson yesterday and he had as many as Jurrell Casey.

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  • As a cover man he has smothered receivers giving up little to no room for catches. Yesterday he allowed a TD catch, but Russell Wilson had to throw the ball a foot off of the ground so that the WR could make a diving comeback catch just to complete it.

    However, we all know that Jackson is shining right now as a punt return man. Every week it is an electrifying play, this week should have been his first touchdown but it was called back by a ref who wanted some face time on TV.

    Even with the TD called back he ended up with a 22 yard punt return that stood later in the game, showing that he isn’t all boom or bust. He is mostly boom.

    3rd round: Taywan Taylor

    Taylor is a spark for the Titans who seems to explode out of his breaks and beat DBs routinely.

    While he isn’t putting up huge yardage consistently, all signs point to that happening sooner rather than later once he gets more reps in this offense.

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    3rd round: Jonnu Smith

    That should read “Tennessee Titans leading TD receiver Jonnu Smith” after he earned that title yesterday. I won’t harp on too much about how well Smith has done, but here is a tweet I posted earlier with some interesting info.

    5th round: Jayon Brown

    Brown has been outstanding in coverage, he even trailed C.J. Prosise down the sideline when the Seahawks were looking for a chunk play early in the game.

    When he is in there is a huge difference in the Titans ability to cover running backs and tight ends. I think it is a matter of when he will start, not if.