Can the Tennessee Titans save this season?
In seven days a combination of mixed QB play, bad offensive play calling, terrible pass protection, and missed opportunities have taken the Tennessee Titans from playoff front runner to laughing stock.
Make no mistake, every time you see a Gardner Minshew clip for the next year there will be a pass completed against the Tennessee Titans. Similarly, Calais Campbell just turned the Titans offensive line into an expensive block of swiss cheese and Tennessee had no answers.
Fans are truly embarrassed and while I understand that the company line has to something along the lines of, “We just have to get back to playing our game and winning our matchups.” the fact remains that this is a team with talent that is playing like a bottom-5 unit (at least on offense).
Whether it feels like it or not, 82% of the season is still yet to be decided. While the Titans are trending downward, they have the perfect opportunity to evaluate the small sample size that they have put on tape and figure out what went wrong.
Before the Titans face the Atlanta Falcons, the Tennessee Titans have to make these five changes if they want to turn this season around.