Guard Brandon Scherff
At the start of the year, an offensive lineman like Brandon Scherff would have likely been the top priority going into the 2020 offseason. Fortunately for Tennessee, they were able to get their offensive line turned around from a liability to an asset by the end of the year as they were often imposing their will on opposing defenses.
Come January, the unit was a real force to be reckoned with, as it often helped create some of the monstrous holes that Henry ran through on his incredible postseason run where he became the first player in NFL history to have three consecutive games of at least 180 yards rushing.
The team also has a huge decision to make at right tackle, but I fully expect them to find a way to keep Conklin under contract in order to give the team their bookend tackles for years to come.
In my opinion, the real question on the offensive line comes at right guard where rookie guard Nate Davis had his fair share of inconsistencies. Should the team decide to make an improvement, Scherff would be perfect for the aggressive brand of football the Titans love to play.
The Redskins could ultimately decide to franchise or extend Scherff, which would prevent him from hitting the open market. However, if Washington decides they want to move on, the temptation to potentially improve an already strong ground attack may be too enticing to pass up.
I expect the team to let Davis return as the starter for 2020, but if Scherff’s market dictates a reasonable price tag then I don’t see how Tennessee doesn’t at least try and kick the tires on the former top-five pick.