5. Pass-rush (or lack thereof)
To say that the Titans need to get more production from their pass-rushers is a massive understatement. Besides a few Cameron Wake plays, the Titans are struggling to get any type of push on the quarterback, whether it be from the edge or the interior.
In fact, cornerback Logan Ryan is currently second on the team with 1.5 sacks.
Former second-round pick Harold Landry spent much of the offseason letting the fans know that he was going to be displaying a new arsenal of pass-rushing moves in 2019. Thus far, those moves have yet to be effective on a consistent basis. He has only tallied up one sack on this young season while getting neutralized more often than not.
Defensive lineman Jurrell Casey has not been able to provide his usual impact up front and you have to wonder if that knee injury that hampered him throughout the offseason is still affecting him to some extent.
The Titans need to find more production in getting after the quarterback in the worst possible way. Their 37-year-old pass-rusher, who will only play 25 to 35 snaps a game (he had 14 in Week 3), can not be the only person producing any type of real pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
The Titans secondary is something special and this team is a consistent pass-rush away from being in the conversation for best all-around defense in the league.