Titans need to call Falcons, Bengals, and Giants.
The Tennessee Titans are undefeated and the Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals, and New York Giants are a combined 1-14.
This is obviously great for the Titans and it means the end of the road for the other three teams who should already have all the mock draft sites saved in their favorites right now.
While all of our attention was on whether or not the Titans would play any time soon, we all failed to properly react to what is going on with this roster as it battles COVID-19. Right now this is a list of every receiver that the Titans have either on the practice squad or on the active roster with the proper reaction you should be having when you see them listed in terms of depth chart order:
–A.J. Brown (great, but he is banged up)
–Kalif Raymond (wait, we are already at Raymond)
–Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (excuse me?)
–Cody Hollister (oh, I remember him, he is the guy from preseason back when preseason existed)
–Chester Rogers (isn’t he on the Colts?)
Excluding A.J. Brown, in the last two years those four receivers combined for 30 receptions, 480 yards, and 3 touchdowns.
If you compare the changes in the depth chart (basically swapping out Corey Davis and Adam Humphries for Cody Hollister and Chester Rodgers) this is how drastic the difference is between the starters and the reserves over the last two seasons:
110 receptions for 1,317 yards and 6 touchdowns
18 receptions for 192 yards and 1 touchdown
I can keep going, but the point is that the Titans should be desperate for wide receivers. You know who should be desperate for draft picks? You guessed it, the Falcons, Giants, and Bengals.