Loser: The offensive coaching staff and Mike Vrabel.
When I look at the Tennessee Titans, I see several really talented players. In just three years, Jon Robinson has added these players on the defensive side of the ball:
Not to mention Jeffery Simmons who is set to start his career this weekend. That is a very talented group and they make up one of the best defenses in the NFL.
Offensively, I see Delanie Walker, Taylor Lewan, Jack Conklin, Ben Jones, A.J. Brown, Corey Davis, Derrick Henry, and Rodger Saffold. All talented individuals, and before you argue that let me remind you something.
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Under Russ Grimm, the trio of Lewan, Conklin and Jones looked great and since his departure and the hiring of Keith Carter, they have left a lot to be desired. The problem isn’t a talent issue with those three at least, but I can point to the exact day that they all started preforming worse and it happens to be the day that Keith Carter was hired.
Furthermore, Rodger Saffold was a stud last year. Same system, but with a different OL coach and now he has done a 180 and looks like a practice squad player.
As for the skill position talent, A.J. Brown has shown what he can do with the ball in his hand and Corey Davis has always been a guy who can make the first defender miss and who can win at the catch point at any level of the field. So why is it that the Titans spend so much of their time with dump offs to the running back or shots to Darius Jennings, Tajae Sharpe and Jonnu Smith when those guys are getting targets?
I think the talent is there, but the offensive coaching staff are in way over their heads and haven’t done anything to warrant keeping their jobs. You know who hired those guys and decided to make no position coaching changes this offseason? Mike Vrabel.