The Tennessee Titans have a surprisingly low 16 players on their 53-man roster who have appeared in a postseason game in the past.
When a team has failed to make the playoffs in nearly a decade, a vast majority of their players will lack playoff experience. That is the exact situation the Tennessee Titans find themselves in.
Of the 53 players on the Titans’ active roster, only 16 have participated in a postseason game with other teams. The invaluable experience and leadership of these players will be a key for the Titans to have postseason success.
These are the 16 players on the Titans roster who have previously appeared in a postseason game, in alphabetical order.
LB/ST Daren Bates (appeared with the Oakland Raiders last season)
QB Matt Cassel (appeared with the Kansas City Chiefs)
WR Eric Decker (multiple appearances with the Denver Broncos, including a Super Bowl loss in 2013)
WR Harry Douglas (multiple appearances with the Atlanta Falcons)
C Ben Jones (appeared with the Houston Texans)
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CB Brice McCain (appeared with the Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers)
RB DeMarco Murray (appeared with the Dallas Cowboys)
LB Nate Palmer (appeared with the Green Bay Packers)
CB Logan Ryan (multiple appearances with the New England Patriots, including two Super Bowl wins)
K Ryan Succop (appeared with the Kansas City Chiefs)
S/ST Brynden Trawick (appeared with the Oakland Raiders last season)
LB Erik Walden (multiple appearances with the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts)
TE Delanie Walker (multiple appearances with the San Francisco 49ers, including a Super Bowl loss in 2012)
WR/ST Eric Weems (multiple appearances with the Atlanta Falcons)
DT Sylvester Williams (multiple appearances with the Denver Broncos, including a Super Bowl loss in 2013 and a win in 2015)
LB Wesley Woodyard (multiple appearances with the Denver Broncos)