Tennessee Titans: Analyzing 5 biggest needs to address in 2020
Harold Landry desperately needs a competent running mate. The second-year player out of Boston College seems like he will be a stud for a long time in Nashville. Landry finished the regular season with a team-leading nine sacks (and one in the playoffs), and also added 68 tackles.
Outside of Landry, the OLB depth chart leaves much to be desired. Cameron Wake looked like he was going to be that help Landry needed, but Wake failed to record a single sack after Week 1.
Kamalei Correa had a decent year, but he is probably replacement level, and is headed for free agency. Derick Roberson showed potential, but he was undrafted for a reason.
I would expect the Titans to go hard after some of the big name pass-rushers in free agency, such as Jadeveon Clowney or Matthew Judon. Look for the Titans to add to this position group in the draft as well.