A lot of things happened this weekend for the Titans. Not many of them were good. They were trounced in the first half on Sunday, giving them no chance at a comeback. They are now tied again with the Colts in terms of record at the top of the AFC South, so they will need to win out to control their own destiny.
Early Sunday morning, it was reported that Jadeveon Clowney had season ending knee surgery. I am a big Clowney fan, and I think the Titans are much worse on defense without him. I would love it if they could bring him back on the cheaper side next year, even if it’s a one year deal again.
Over the weekend, the Titans suspended first round offensive tackle, Isaiah Wilson, for violating team rules. To say his tenure with the Titans has not gone to plan so far would be the understatement of the century.
All of the free agent signings and draft picks have amounted to nothing, as the Titans are essentially rolling out the same roster from a year ago. The only real difference are at the tackle spots with David Quessenberry instead of Taylor Lewan and Dennis Kelly instead of Jack Conklin.
In the disgraceful loss to the Browns, the Titans allowed Cleveland to score on their first six possessions of the game. This included a stretch of five straight touchdowns. It is abundantly clear that this team has no idea what it is doing on the defensive side of the ball.
Corey Davis, MyCole Pruitt, and Ryan Tannehill were all bright spots for a team that didn’t have many on Sunday. I love MyCole, but in order to beat the best teams, he cannot be one of your three best offensive performers.