Historically, the Tennessee Titans have been one of the most boring teams in the NFL when the trade deadline rolls around. That isn't the case this season.
With several veterans on the trade block and "new management" for the Tennessee Titans, this is the first time there is actually drama at the deadline.
The win against the Atlanta Falcons put the Titans back in no man's land, hovering between aggressively chasing a rebuild and trying to tip-toe into the postseason as a wild-card team.
If you have read anything I have written over the last month or so, you know that I have been pretty clear about what direction the team should be taking. I think that the single most important thing for this franchise is setting up Will Levis to be a franchise quarterback in 2024.
To me, that meant that everyone on the roster who wasn't going to help realize that goal should be on the trade block with a few exceptions. Young, talented guys on defense that were under contract for 2024 like Jeffery Simmons, Harold Landry, Amani Hooker, and Roger McCreary were virtually untouchable for me.
Other than that, I believe the franchise should be open to trading everyone and for the most part, it seems like they have been.
The trade deadline is just hours away at this point, and these are the names with the most trade buzz right now.