Packers, Browns, Broncos boast scariest pass rushers on Titans schedule

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The Tennessee Titans have to protect the QB better this season.

Last year, the Tennessee Titans struggled to find their footing on the offensive line in the wake of the Taylor Lewan suspension. That can’t happen in 2020. just put out their list of their best pass rushers in the NFL and there is a lot of bad news on that list for the Tennessee Titans.

Not only do the Titans not have anyone of their own on the list, but they also face 5 of their top-10 EDGEs, and they will have to do that without Jack Conklin for the first time since 2015.

Now the Titans offensive line isn’t anything to scoff at, and I would be wrong if I didn’t take this chance to say that I expect Taylor Lewan to have another dominant season this year and earn his 4th trip to a Pro Bowl after handling many of the names on this list.

With Lewan, Rodger Saffold, Ben Jones, and even Nate Davis clicking as well as they did at the end of the 2019 season, you have to believe that many of these EDGEs are thinking that these games will be some of their toughest tests as well. Double those concerns if Isaiah Wilson and/or Dennis Kelly is able to provide real stability at right tackle.

But this isn’t an article about the Titans offensive line, I wanted to take time to look at why the murderer’s row of EDGEs they will face this year. And while each group listed does have a star performer, most of them have another player or two that could also wreak some havoc if not taken care of.

So, I broke down which players from that list that the Titans will see this season, when they will see them, and any other players that you need to keep an eye on when those games take place.