Sub-radar Tennessee Titans who stepped up to fuel a Week 5 victory

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David Quessenberry #72, Tennessee Titans
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David Quessenberry, right tackle. 72. player. 35. . .

Tennessee Titans right tackle David Quessenberry

Okay, we’ve figured it out. The Tennessee Titans have two guys named David Quessenberry on the roster. That would explain the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde personality that we see from time to time.

If the better Quessenberry shows up, things won’t be perfect, but they’ll be respectable. You already know what the ugly version of David Quessenberry looks like.

Tennessee’s run blocking is far ahead of its pass protection right now. Ryan Tannehill is getting killed out there, but as a whole, the guys up front have done a good job of opening some running lanes for Derrick Henry.

The King notched the 60th touchdown of his career in Week 5, and while he’s an unbelievable talent, as most of the world should know by now, no one reaches a plateau like that all by his lonesome.

Statements like the following are why people scratch their heads about the Pro Football Focus ranking system. Despite allowing Tannehill to be sacked on three separate occasions and the fact that he was abused on several other quarterback hits, many of the Titans’ top grades on offense went to members of the O-line.

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No one received a higher grade on the entire offense than Quessenberry (89.8). That includes a run-blocking grade of 93.1 and a grade of 59.4 for his contribution in pass protection. Derrick Henry earned a grade of 64.4 believe it or not.