Titans trends to take note of so far in camp.
There are two ways to look at where we are in terms of Tennessee Titans training camp depending on your perspective.
On one hand, the Titans are only two practices into camp, and a lot can and will change between now and the final practice. That means that it is smart not to overreact, remember at this time last year fans were getting excited about the rise of Corey Davis and A.J. Brown missing practices with a hamstring.
But on the other hand, this is supposed to be the last day of practice without pads. From that point, the Titans will have a maximum of 14 padded practices which isn’t a lot at all.
Think about what they have to get done in those practices. It will be the first time you get to see the offensive and defensive lines in action that you can actually judge and grade. That leads to your running backs getting reps similar to what they will get during the actual NFL games.
On top of all of that, you need to be pretty confident in who is filling what role with a week to spare because at that point you need to be conditioning your starters to play in a 60 minute game in the altitude of Denver.
That means that you have the two practices we have seen and about six more padded practices to get those questions answered.
With just 28 days until kickoff, what trends have become immediately noticeable for the Titans?