Titans join Chiefs, Bills as one of four teams with perfect continuity

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Other perfect teams

Don’t expect a long list here, but there are some other teams who hit the 8/8 mark around the NFL. It won’t shock you to see that most of these teams were very good last year.

1. Tennessee Titans

2. Buffalo Bills

-I know this is sort of a weird point to argue here, but I think Josh Allen is…not good. However, the Bills managed to run an offense that had Allen and some cast-offs at wide receiver and running back and still survived.

With an OL that works well together and a QB that at least offers something with his legs, I think the Bills saw that as a chance to build a good group of skill position players while winning right now. Then if they have a chance at a better QB, maybe they think about that down the line.

3. Kansas City Chiefs

-These guys are pretty good.

4. Las Vegas Raiders

-This one surprised me and it may not be true when you are reading this because there are a lot of rumors that the Raiders want to trade starting right guard Gabe Jackson. However, if he stays that would give them perfect continuity

5ish. Philadelphia Eagles

-The Eagles technically don’t make it because Andre Dillard didn’t start last year, but he was a 1st round pick that played nearly 400 snaps last year, including 30+ snaps in five games.

That is it, that is the list. Just four teams with a fifth that was really close to making it.

However, the Titans continuity goes beyond just those 8 spots and there are two areas where I think that really gives Tennessee a leg up.