Tennessee Titans free agency ‘would you rather’
By Will Lomas
What do the Tennessee Titans going to do next, or rather what should they do?
So far this season the Tennessee Titans have upgraded at three positions while keeping all of their other units strong.
It truly feels like this team has gotten better without losing anything and without risking hindering the development of any player. They just added key talent and weak positions.
So after making three moves like that, surely the Titans are out of cap space right? Well, not exactly:
Am I reading that right? Do the Tennessee Titans have over $30 million left in free agency? How is that even possible after such big signings? I don’t know, but a week after free agency it almost feels like it is time to reset the free agent board and look at if there are any other ways to help this team?
I will get into potential trade situations later, but right now I want to focus on free agency. The first question I guess you have to ask is where do you really need help at this point? I mean just look at where the Titans have improved in just a few days:
-Safety (if you consider Vaccaro a free agent)
As well as adding depth to other places. So, the Titans still have a ton of cap space and they could still potentially make their biggest move of the offseason if they wanted to make a big trade or sign one of the few big free agents left.
Or, maybe I am not thinking about it the right way. Maybe now the plan shouldn’t be what makes the Titans better now, but what makes Tennessee better long term.
I am honestly split and you could convince me either way at this point, so why don’t you let me know. Without making a trade, these are the four plans that make the most sense to me if you are trying to make a move now that will help this team either short term or long term.