Here’s how the Tennessee Titans’ biggest offseason acquisitions grade out through the first half of the season.
After three consecutive seasons that has seen the team go 9-7 each year, the Titans’ front office apparently did not feel that they needed to address too many needs via free agency or trade. This year’s roster does not look too much different from what it did just a season ago.
After a 2018 off-season that saw the team sign the likes of Dion Lewis, Malcolm Butler, Kevin Pamphile, and Blaine Gabbert, while reportedly also pursuing Ndamukong Suh, the Titans made arguably a little quieter of a splash in free agency this past offseason, as only three of their free agent signings are currently contributors on the team.
Arguably their biggest move this offseason came in the form of a trade, which has served the team well over the past two games, seemingly bringing the offense to life.
The majority of the rest of the key players on this team were either on the team last season, or are rookies, such as wide receiver A.J. Brown, right guard Nate Davis, and defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons.
Here is a look at how the Titans’ four key offseason acquisitions have fared so far in the 2019 NFL season, along with grades for each of them.