Jadeveon Clowney‘s fit for Titans.
Tonight is a huge night for Jadeveon Clowney and the Tennessee Titans, but what are fans expecting?
Maybe if Derick Roberson and Vic Beasley weren’t scratched for injuries, Titans fans could sit back and lower their expectations for Clowney in tonight’s game against the Denver Broncos. However, those injuries mean that not only is Clowney guaranteed to play a significant number of snaps, but he will be counted on to play inside and outside on passing downs.
Knowing that Clowney is going to be asked to jump into the defense head first instead of just easing himself into it, Titans fans need to quickly familiarize themselves with what he does best and what to expect from him.
There are several ways you can use him, from different techniques that he can line up into the stunts that you can run with him. Instead of breaking down any time that we have ever seen Clowney and looking at what he might do, I wanted to limit the scope of this to the three ways that you can best use him.
So, let’s start with the most unique way that he could be used tonight and what to expect when he lines up there.