Following the Preseason Week 2 game against the New England Patriots, there have been more awful Tennessee Titans takes from members of the media.
The 2019 NFL season can’t start soon enough. As the preseason drags along, national media members, and others, continue to share uninformed takes about the Tennessee Titans that have no basis in reality.
Just when you thought the phony Titans “quarterback competition” narrative might die after starting quarterback Marcus Mariota had a strong game in Preseason Week 2, writers continue to push that narrative.
And that’s even after Titans beat writers and fans continue to prove to them that it isn’t true in countless ways, and on countless occasions.
Mariota being the victim of this kind of ridiculous speculation is nothing new, and there’s no end in sight for him. Adding to the pile of wildly speculative takes, Titans head coach, Mike Vrabel, and tight end, Delanie Walker have been mentioned in recent days.
While Vrabel is somewhat new to this little party, Walker has been disrespected on numerous occasions during the offseason, so this isn’t exactly his first rodeo.
Nevertheless, all three of these guys have been the subject of some more examples of awful takes in recent days. In case you missed them, we’ll go over each one.