Here are the five biggest needs the Tennessee Titans need to address during the 2020 offseason.
The Tennessee Titans’ 2019 season was full of ups and downs. After starting out 2-4, it seemed like this was another lost season.
However, after Week 6 in Denver and with Ryan Tannehill taking the reins from Mariota, this team showed a new and improved energy.
The Titans would go on to win seven of 10 games with Tannehill as the starting quarterback. This stretch of football was good enough to finish 9-7 (again), and squeak into the playoffs as the No. 6 seed in the AFC.
Even though they had made the playoffs as a wildcard, the Titans were seen by many to be just an average team until they went to Foxborough and knocked off the Patriots, and then went into Baltimore and knocked off MVP-favorite Lamar Jackson‘s Ravens.
This was starting to have the feel of a miracle season for the Titans.
So, while the Titans ended up having a successful season, a few fatal flaws were exposed as the season went on. Here I will discuss the areas I feel the Titans MUST improve to get over the perpetual 9-7 hump, in no particular order.