Over the last six years, A.J. Cann has been one of the worst guards in the NFL who has still managed to play for the same team. I don’t know how he keeps winning that spot, but the blame just always seems to go somewhere else.
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Cann is going to be tested today with blitzes and stunts that threaten to keep him off balance and test the offensive line communication as a whole. The Titans will move around and line guys like Jadeveon Clowney and Rashaan Evans inside to poke and prod and find the weak points in Jacksonville’s blocking.
What Cann has to be careful of, is that he can’t lose focus when he is trying to do the math in his head and outthink the Titans defense. If he does and he tries to look away from Jeffery Simmons, then the monster of a man will forklift Cann and drive him right into Gardner Minshew‘s lap before he even realizes who hit him.
Jeffery Simmons was great last week and he played the first full game of his career where he wasn’t on a pitch count. Now that the limitations are off, let’s see how well an offensive lineman can do against him for four quarters with all of the other window dressing from the Titans defense.