Super Bowl 55 teaches Tennessee Titans a huge lesson
By Will Lomas
Titans, please learn from the Super Bowl.
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the Super Bowl champions, and they just showed the Tennessee Titans the blueprint for how they should spend this offseason.
Even with all of the success that the Bucs had throughout the season and postseason, most people expected the Kansas City Chiefs to run away with this game. After all, the Bucs seemed to have no plan on how to deal with Tyreek Hill earlier in the season and the receiver went for 200 yards in the first quarter of that game.
With Hill and Travis Kelce becoming the first tandem to have back-to-back playoff games with 100+ yards each, it seemed like Tampa was going to have to win a shootout if they were going to make this a tough game.
But that isn’t what happened at all, thanks to a few things that the Titans should pay VERY close attention to as they head into the offseason.
While there isn’t time to salvage the Titans coaching situation, maybe Jon Robinson can continue to build this roster in a way that makes them competitive and Super Bowl ready despite the self-imposed hurdles of Mike Vrabel and company.
Before we get to the lessons they should have learned, let’s go over the worst take from this game.