Why are the Tennessee Titans still trying to run an offense that doesn’t utilize their strengths.
Two things were promised when the Tennessee Titans promoted Arthur Smith instead of putting in a solid effort and trying to get an innovator in house.
First, fans were promised that there would be consistency in the playbook that made it easier for the Titans offense to come in and be ready immediately. Instead there have been a string of “communication issues” on the offensive line and the running game has been inefficient.
Secondly, the idea was that Arthur Smith’s years of experience with the Titans personnel would lead to smarter game plans that emphasized the strengths of the players.
However, Tennessee’s offense doesn’t look streamlined or like they are putting the players in the best place to succeed.
I’m not saying fans were lied to, but I am saying that Arthur Smith is struggling a lot with calling plays and doing the things that he was specifically brought in to do. Whether that will be fixed in time is yet to be seen, but I don’t know if there is an excuse for what we have seen on the field so far.