Tennessee Titans winning formula
The Tennessee Titans went into this offseason with one goal, to get better on offense so that they could reach their goal of winning a Super Bowl.
If that sounds familiar, it is because heading into the offseason after the 2020 season, the Titans were trying to get better on defense so they could reach their goal of winning a Super Bowl.
Despite not having a Lombardi Trophy in the lobby of the Titans HQ, they did actually accomplish their goal. Stop me if you have heard this one before, but the Titans had 9 sacks in their playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals!
Over the course of the season, it quickly became clear that the strength of the Tennessee Titans was the defense, especially after the injuries took a massive toll on the offense. I’m not sure how people forget this, but A.J. Brown, Julio Jones, Taylor Lewan, and Derrick Henry missed 31 games last season (including games where they played 50% or less).
Heading into the offseason, the goal was to get healthy across the board, but there was also an effort to get better around Ryan Tannehill. With that in mind, the Tennessee Titans looked back to what they did the year before and did their best to recreate that success on offense.