Perfect solution for the Tennessee Titans after the Nicholas Petit-Frere suspension

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1. Move Daniel Brunskill to right tackle

Moving Andre Dillard or Peter Skoronski to right tackle would be a short-sighted move that hurts the entire offensive line without any guarantee of upgrading the right tackle position. That is a non-starter, and with Dillon Radunz recovering from an ACL injury, the Tennessee Titans are down to two players with NFL starting experience at right tackle.

In his five-year career, Jamarco Jones started two games at right tackle and it was a mixed bag. I think he could be a spot starter if the team needed him, but I don't think the Tennessee Titans want to see him starting for a month and a half at right tackle if they can help it.

On the other hand, Daniel Brunskill has started four games at right tackle and he did very well. While his best position is still guard, he is the best right tackle on the roster whether NPF is available or not.

Moving Brunskill to right tackle will upgrade the position for as long as they want him to play that spot. While that decision is easy, it is harder to decide who should replace him as the starting right guard for six weeks (and maybe more).