Tennessee Titans top 5 roster concerns ahead of 2021 NFL Draft

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35. . . . Wide receiver. 1. player

The Tennessee Titans need to give Tannehill weapons and Henry some help.

It’s amazing how much better a quarterback can look on a better team. Ryan Tannehill has gone from being a guy whose career was seemingly on life support to one of the best examples that the NFL has of having, quite possibly, the right guy in the right situation.

There are times, however, when the Tennesse Titans can endure long droughts on offense, and Derrick Henry, though a stud, can look like he could use a day or two off. Henry as you know, at times, looks like he’s this team’s lone weapon. At other times, it seems like this organization’s plans are to kill him.

The Titans acquired Josh Reynolds on March 23rd via a one-year deal, but they also lost Corey Davis to free agency. The latter had a good year in 2018 as well, but the most recent season looked like the one where it appeared that he was beginning to really come into his own.

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Davis caught 65 passes for 984 yards and five touchdowns during the 2020-2021 season, so the Titans may want to look to find someone that’s capable of matching that level of production to help avoid other teams’ plans to simply double-cover AJ Brown all day. If Tennessee can strike gold, that could transform this offense into one that’s capable of being really good for a very long time.