This Tennessee Titans’ depth chart looks different every single day.
Time is ticking. Things are getting tight, and the Tennessee Titans have moved into the back half of August. Two preseason games remain. The next is a nice litmus test versus the defending Super Bowl Champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and even though this one won’t count versus the win-loss total, as you know, this should help us see how good this team can be while playing better competition.
There have been some nice and major surprises. The backup quarterbacks played well versus the Atlanta Falcons, though they were stacked versus second and third-stringers that won’t make the roster. Mason Kinsey, Chester Rogers, and David Long, and Wyatt Ray also made names for themselves. While they aren’t guaranteed roster spots, there are some guys that are. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t questions about their performances to this point of the preseason.
This is their story. Buckle up. Cue the controversy. Here are four Tennessee Titans that should still make the team but are tumbling down the depth chart at their respective positions. We begin on the offensive side of the ball.