The Tennessee Titans have a few wild cards on the 2021 roster.
Can you feel the intensity (and maybe even a few butterflies)? It won’t be long before the Tennessee Titans game versus the Arizona Cardinals has come and gone. Once, that happens we’ll be somewhere between breaking down that game and analyzing the Seattle Seahawks for the two-tone blue’s second matchup in what figures to be a gauntlet of a season.
Titans executive vice president and general manager Jon Robinson has done all that he can do. Seeing as how Tennessee had a mini-financial crisis, knowing that this team has been able to add the pieces that it has gives anyone who’s been paying attention reason to sing Jon’s praises.
The Titans have had a nice offseason and NFL Draft. Now comes the fun part. The 2021-2022 regular season could be a year-long celebration that ends in a deep postseason run. Depth could tell the tale, but the stars have to show and prove too.
Keep your fingers crossed. There’s a good chance that this works out, but there’s also a chance that underwhelming performances are delivered by some of the starters. Maybe Tennessee can overcome that too, but in the meantime, here are three stars that shouldn’t upset the balance of power if they do less than we expect.