Vic Beasley, EDGE
Beasley has never had a season with fewer than 5 sacks, including in 2017 and 2018 when he missed a few games after his role on the defense was reduced.
So, it is fair to assume that he is going to bring some pressure with him to Tennessee and that the expectations for a passing grade should be somewhere in the realm of 5-7 sacks. Before the season that might have seemed low, but after the Titans have shown that they are going to ask their front-four to win quickly or give up chunk yardage, 7 sacks may seem like a Godsend.
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If not for Isaiah Wilson, it would be hard to remember a Titans player who was added in the offseason who had turned the fan base against him so quickly. Beasley was a no-show at practice for a week even though he knew it would cost him half a million dollars, and he showed up with a mysterious injury.
Fast forward two weeks into the season and the Titans second-biggest acquisition of the offseason has yet to take a snap in a Tennessee uniform.
There is a chance the Titans get a healthy Beasley and he has double-digit sacks, but there is an equal chance that he is unmotivated and disappointing.