5 position groups for the Tennessee Titans to watch at the 2020 NFL Combine

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The Tennessee Titans have talent throughout their roster– but could use help through the NFL Draft at these five position groups.

The NFL Scouting Combine is in full swing and things are about to get messy for Tennessee Titans fans who are trying to keep up with all the information.

In a lot of ways, the NFL Scouting Combine is a lot like Tinder– stay with me for a second on this analogy.

Coaches and General Managers get to spend the week playing the role of lonely souls looking for a new partner. And for the duration of the Combine, they get to make snap decisions on a seemingly endless pool of college athletes based on a limited sample of superficial information (like hand size!).

Players, on the other hand, spend the week trying to impress their potential suitors. They get only a handful of opportunities to put their best foot forward (and try to hide their tiny hands) and get the attention of those General Managers just enough to earn the change to talk to them.

Labored metaphor or not, the NFL Scouting Combine serves the essential purpose of gifting all 32 teams the chance to look at the raw skills and traits of players they might not have gotten the chance to see in person through the course of the college football season.

The Titans, of course, will be one of those teams watching players attempt to prove themselves at the Combine, and they’ll be sure to have their eyes on a few workouts especially through the four days of Combine trials.

Certain position groups are probably set in stone for Tennessee, as more than a few years of successful drafts and free-agent acquisitions of shored up spots on the roster with great starters and quality depth. However, the Titans are not a team without holes.

Jon Robinson and Mike Vrabel will need to bring in new players to patch up those holes and make another playoff push in 2020– and should have their eyes on these five position groups to look for those players as Combine workouts begin.