5 Tennessee Titans whose stock may need to be sold very soon

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Caleb Farley, Tennessee Titans
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So, how are those Tennessee Titans assets looking two games in?

It’s a funny thing about stocks and how they’re managed. Some make sense. Some are confusing in some areas. There are others that you can’t figure out regardless of how long you’ve stared at them. It’s kind of like watching the Tennessee Titans play football.

How can Julio Jones be so bad one week and so good the next? Who was that imposter that snuck on the field in the A.J. Brown jersey in Week 2? Can this defense hold anyone’s offense to something less than 30 points?

Sure, we’re talking about the smallest of sample sizes here, two games. This is the NFL though. That won’t stop us from exploring some random theories, would it? We didn’t think so. Here’s a look at a few Titans who, right now, seemingly aren’t making the appropriate return on their team’s investment.

player. 35. . . . Caleb farley, cornerback. 3

The Tennessee Titans need more pop from the rookie.

Okay, okay. We get it! Caleb Farley is a rookie. The problem is he’s a rookie that was taken in the first round, and no team makes that type of investment without expecting an immediate return, sort of.

Farley’s situation is a little different. His selection was made with the Titans knowing that he may not pay off immediately thanks to a career at the collegiate level that was riddled with injury and a recent medical procedure. If you’ll remember, we were concerned if we’d even see him play in a preseason game.

Farley’s apparently healthier than we thought he’d be, but it’s been Kristian Fulton that’s kind of evolved into this team’s CB1. We’ll have to wait and see how things go, but as of now, while it may be too early to say it’s time to sell his stock, he’s definitely someone whose value seems to be fluctuating (and not in a good way).