What does Washington have to offer the Titans?
I have three no-brainer trades that pop into my head when I think about Washington and the Tennessee Titans.
Let me get to that in a second, but first I want to set the scene for why these trades make sense for both sides.
The Tennessee Titans were a few good plays away from being in the Super Bowl last season, and they did their best to reflect that in their offseason moves. Adding Vic Beasley to help increase the pass rush and then adding guys like Isaiah Wilson and Darrynton Evans in the draft to reaffirm their commitment to running the ball.
Any move the Titans make won’t be to shift too far away from their offseason goals of an improved pass rush and a run-heavy offense.
Washington is in the complete opposite situation and despite coming off of a season where they picked second, the immediate impact of that rookie class isn’t going to be much. They only have two picks in the top-100 and both of the players they drafted are scheduled to play behind future Hall of Famers.
This is a time to get those guys in and develop them so that you know exactly what you have before the 2021 NFL Draft where they will have four picks in the top-100.
How can they help each other? Well, let’s start with one of the biggest names on that roster.