The Tennessee Titans’ offense is now in the category of the elite.
Quarterbacks (2): Ryan Tannehill, DeShone Kizer
Thoughts: There have been other publications and writers that our staff at Titan Sized trusts who have gone the route of stating Tennessee will elect to enter the season with two quarterbacks. We actually liked the idea so much that we borrowed it to allow us the flexibility to add another stellar prospect to the running backs room.
Running backs (5): Derrick Henry (Yep, he’s a lock), Jeremy McNichols, Khari Blasingame (FB), Darrynton Evans, Brian Hill
Thoughts: Who says it’s a dying position? Khari Blasingame is your fullback. Jeremy McNichols, second-year man Darrynton Evans, and Brian Hill finally give the Tennessee Titans a nice rotation to support and occasionally spell Derrick Henry.
Wide receivers (6): A.J. Brown, Julio Jones, Josh Reynolds, Dez Fitzpatrick, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Marcus Johnson
Thoughts: Marcus Johnson is the wildcard. Guys like Cameron Batson and Chester Rogers are interesting, but Johnson might be the best mix of experience, talent, size, and ability at this point.
Tight ends (4): Anthony Firkser, Geoff Swaim, Briley Moore-McKinney, Tommy Hudson
Thoughts: If you’ve been keeping up with Titan Sized‘s roster projections, you’ve seen us give the nod to three tight ends up until this point, but all four of these guys could make for another dimension and a physical offense. That’s something Mike Vrabel and Titans fans won’t have any problem seeing.
Offensive line (9): Taylor Lewan, Rodger Saffold, Ben Jones, Nate Davis, Dillon Radunz, Kendall Lamm, Aaron Brewer, David Quessenberry, Ty Sambrailo
Thoughts: The starting offensive line is probably set, along with the guys who will serve as some healthy and talented reserve options for this team in 2021. Pay close attention to that battle between Dillon Radunz and Kendall Lamm at right tackle.