PFF's ranking of the Top players under-25 is potentially bad news for the Titans

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It's pretty clear that people don't believe in the Tennessee Titans this year. On the one hand, it's not crazy that people might have doubts about them since they have a fairly inexperienced quarterback taking center stage, a first-year head coach, and their best player departed over the offseason.

On the other hand, however, Titans fans believe this team can be great and if Will Levis can take the next step, the Titans could actually be a lot of fun to watch this year. Zoltán Buday of PFF, however, agrees with the former statement, not listing a single member of the Titans roster on his ranking of players under 25 years old.

To make matters worse, the AFC South had several players included on the list, most of them coming from the Houston Texans roster. Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars received the highest ranking for an AFC South player, coming in at No. 3 on Buday's list.

The rest of the AFC South inclusions were from the Texans with C.J. Stroud earning the No. 7 spot, Will Anderson Jr. coming in at No. 14, and Derek Stingley sitting in 23rd.

No Titans make PFF's top 25 under 25 rankings

Of course, this list, like most lists in the offseason, don't mean anything. Just because no Titans made this particular list doesn't mean they don't have talented players below the age of 25. Levis has a lot to prove this year but he was previously considered to be a first-round talent for a reason. Treylon Burks is entering a critical Year 3 so it's now or never for the 24-year-old receiver. Peter Skoronski could go on to be a solid guard for them in the coming years.

I could go on and on about the young talent Tennessee has but maybe not having a single player make PFF's rankings will motivate the young players on the team to show out in a big way.