1 Thing we need to see during Tennessee Titans minicamp this week

This is the one thing that could derail a great offseason for the Titans.
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Ran Carthon, Chad Brinker, and Brian Callahan have done nearly everything right this offseason, and the Tennessee Titans are a team trending in a very positive direction.

The trio went through the extensive to-do list and systematically attacked every position of need...except one.

This is the to-do list that I wrote before the offseason started, tell me which one of these positions stands out to you as still being a big question mark:

Needs filled (*denoted rookie, +denotes a premium addition)
-C: Lloyd Cushenberry
-LB: Cedric Gray*, Kenneth Murray,
-CB1: L'Jarius Sneed+
-CB2: Chidobe Awuzie
-WR2 (Vertical depth/playmaker): Calvin Ridley+
-WR3/4: Tyler Boyd
-DT (1-tech): T'Vondre Sweat*, Sebastian Joseph-Day
-LT: J.C. Latham*
-RT: Camp competition between Nicholas Petit-Frere, Jaelyn Duncan
-S: Camp competition between Elijah Molden and a free agent that they will certainly sign

Obviously, that is a lot to take in, but when you look at what didn't get done right tackle and safety are the positions that should cause the most concern.

After OTAs, the difference between right tackle and safety is that Elijah Molden has been visible at OTAs while both NPF and Jaelyn Duncan have missed every open session recovering from unspecified injuries.

Let's call it what it is, it was a leap of faith to think that NPF and Duncan could battle it out and that Bill Callahan would be able to turn one of them into an average right tackle in the NFL for a season. I firmly believe that Callahan could do that when you look at his resume, but he can't get those guys better if they aren't on the field, and for nearly a month they have been M.I.A.

During the minicamp practices, we need to see a right tackle emerge for the Tennessee Titans. I'm not talking about winning a job, but if NPF and Duncan still aren't out there and if guys like John Ojukwu and Leroy Watson don't take some miraculous leap, the Titans are going to have to play catch-up during training camp.

That is not where this offensive line wants to be and this team cannot have another season wasted because one of the offensive tackle spots is one of the worst in the NFL. After a very promising start from guys like J.C. Latham, Peter Skoronski, and Lloyd Cushenberry, all eyes are on the right side of the line this week.