The Tennessee Titans have the top passing game option in the AFC South.
NFL.com’s Gil Brandt has been around as long as modern football, so when he says something about the Tennessee Titans your ears should perk up.
Is he right all of the time? No, but who is? What I can say about him is that he was the architect of some outstanding teams full of Hall of Famers and I would imagine that he isn’t saying anything online that he hasn’t at least run by someone else that he trusts.
So, when he listed the Tennessee Titans as one of the teams in the NFL with a top-10 QB/WR duo, I looked at what he had written.
Maybe, more importantly, I looked at what wasn’t on the page. I couldn’t help but look around to try to find out how some of the Titans rivals looked and whether they were ranked ahead of Tennesse.
However, it wasn’t players from the Colts or the Texans that led the AFC South, it was Tennessee Titans.
How did the other teams collapse and how did the Titans rise? I will be happy to explain.