Sub-radar Tennessee Titans that may start or play key roles by Week 1

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The moment you have all been waiting for…the offensive line!

Maybe it isn’t the sexiest position and maybe there isn’t a big difference in who starts at right tackle, but if it were May and you were taking odds on which tackle would start on the right side for the Titans, Ty Sambrailo might have been the fourth name on the list.

Dillon Radunz has struggled with the adjustment to the NFL so far and Kendall Lamm recently left practice banged up. So the top two options among Titans fans have both had their issues so far.

David Quessenberry got time at right tackle a few years ago when Dennis Kelly went down and he has even taken some snaps there in camp. However, now that Sambrailo is healthy it looks like he may be the guy that is getting the lion’s share of the reps with the first-team offense.

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He did a great job filling in for Taylor Lewan last year as the first backup tackle the Tennessee Titans used that season. Moving from left tackle to right tackle isn’t easy, and it is generally described as trying to write with your dominant hand vs your non-dominant hand.

Luckily for the Tennessee Titans, Sambrailo has actually played more right tackle than left tackle in his career. If he is better at right tackle than he was at left tackle last year, then it is going to be hard for anyone to beat him for the right tackle spot going forward.