Are they trending up or down?
What Glennon said:
"“The Predators set a high bar by reaching the Stanley Cup Final in 2017. So they’ve slipped, comparatively, since then, falling in the second round of the playoffs in 2018 and in the first round last season…” “Tennessee should be better this year, with the return of Delanie Walker and the addition of receivers A.J. Brown and Adam Humphries.”"
Don’t get me wrong, I think the Predators essentially trading P.K. Subban for some picks and the cap space to get Matt Duchene will ultimately be a net positive.
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However, no one is talking about Pekka Rinne’s slight regression nor are we bringing up that Kyle Turris and Ryan Ellis had terrible years by their standards. Are we sure that those three are all going to trend upwards this year?
Also, when you count it up the Titans have improved at seven starting positions this year:
-EDGE (Harold Landry starting)
-DT (Simmons for half a year or so over any of the other non-Jurrell Casey DTs)
-RG (Not Josh Kline)
-LG (Rodger Saffold)
-WR2 (A.J. Brown)
-WR3 (Adam Humphries)
They do all of this without losing talent anywhere. How can that be considered anything less than a huge improvement?