The Offensive Line
One of the bigger showings of disrespect towards the Titans came with the NFL top-100 players of 2019 list, which didn’t feature Nashville’s Dad, Taylor Lewan. As one of the premier left tackles in all of football, it was a glaring omission to say the least.
Lewan, along with right tackle Jack Conklin—who coaches expect to bounce back in a big way if he can stay healthy—bookend an offensive line that once ranked as elite and should be better than it’s 2018 predecessor that dealt with injuries and inconsistency.
At center, Ben Jones ranked as the 12th-best at his position, according to Pro Football Focus.
Having a healthy Kevin Pamphile for a full season at right guard should help, and third-round pick Nate Davis gives the Titans depth just in case. And what was the biggest offseason move to improve the offensive line, the signing of left guard Rodger Saffold, just reinforces what is shaping up to be a great group upfront.
For an offense built on running the ball, the Titans have done all they can to put themselves in the best position possible to succeed.