This potential trade would give Texans' offseason the edge over Titans

Houston and Tennessee have traded blows, but this would put Houston over the top.
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There has been a ton of movement around the league, this offseason; more notable moves than usual, it might seem. Although, if you're a Tennessee Titans fan, that could be why.

This offseason has felt different for Titans fans. The organization is seemingly all-in on this team, behind the arm of second-year quarterback Will Levis. The moves they've made only signify such an idea.

Like the Titans, though, a division rival has done the exact same.

The Houston Texans have beefed up their roster as well, and the AFC South should be a much tougher, closer battle than it has in recent years; more competitive, specifically.

While the Titans just proved they're still not done by adding Tyler Boyd, the Texans might also not be done -- except they could have one more gigantic trick up their sleeve, if a recent trade idea was to be taken literally in Houston.

Bleacher Report's Alex Kay recently wrote about a few trades that could still go down before the season and mentioned the Texans trading for New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl cornerback Marshon Lattimore. If the Texans were able to land Lattimore, that might just seal the deal. Houston would have put a stamp on their offseason, officially one-upping the Titans' masterful offseason.

A potential Marshon Lattimore trade would further separate the Texans and Titans

Titans' notable offseason additions:

WR Calvin Ridley
WR Tyler Boyd
RB Tony Pollard
CB L'Jarius Sneed
CB Chidobe Awuzie
C Lloyd Cushenberry
OT JC Latham
DT T'Vondre Sweat

Texans' notable offseason additions:

WR Stefon Diggs
RB Joe Mixon
DT Foley Fatukasi
DT Denico Autry
DE Danielle Hunter
OT Blake Fisher
CB Kamari Lassiter
CB Marshon Lattimore (potentially)

Titans fans better hope a move like this doesn't happen. At the moment, the Texans have Derek Stingley Jr. as their top starting corner, with Jeff Okudah and C.J. Henderson competing at the other spot and rookie Kamari Lassiter possibly in the slot.

Okudah and Henderson are no where near a sure thing, but if Lattimore is healthy, he instantly becomes the starter opposite Stingley, giving the Texans a lethal combo on the outside.

With the work Houston has done across their defensive line this offseason, too, that secondary could feast even more. The Texans are taking full advantage of a rookie quarterback contract, in C.J. Stroud, as are the Titans.

If anything, it's been a fun offseason to watch within the division. Finally, the AFC South could be a competitive, intriguing bunch to watch.