1. Three wide receiver sets on offense
This is a must for the Tennessee Titans in 2019.
Look at what the Titans have invested in wide receivers over the last few years:
–Corey Davis (1st round pick, 5th overall)
-A.J. Brown (2nd round pick)
-Taywan Taylor (3rd round pick)
-Adam Humphries ($9 million per year)
You don’t have to force all four on the field at one time, but you definitely need to find a way to get three of them on the field consistently.
The Titans can be the run-heavy team that they want to be and still run these 3WR sets. In fact, the spacing and deception would actually help Derrick Henry where he struggles most.
If the offensive line can take advantage of the confusion that this look presents in the run game and beat them early, then Derrick Henry’s indecisiveness at the line of scrimmage isn’t as big of a deal.
Now you get a chance to see Henry vs DBs and LBs even more because defenses have to get smaller in response to the personnel change, and that makes it even more likely that this look will lead to big runs.
It just makes so much common sense to do this in the modern NFL and with the investment made at the WR position this change has to be coming right?