Titans News: Lofty goals

The Kansas City Chiefs are going back to the Super Bowl for the second consecutive year. They are clearly the best team in the AFC and have been all year. After the 2019 season, and a loss to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game, the Titans knew how they needed to improve in order to ensure that they didn’t come up short in 2020.

Fast forward a year and in last night’s AFCCG, it was the Bills and not the Titans that fell short against the Chiefs. The Titans were not in the game because they didn’t shore up the weaknesses that doomed them in 2019. In fact, the team got worse, as offseason additions through the draft and free agency did not produce the fruit that GM Jon Robinson and Mike Vrabel thought they would bear.

2021 has to be different. In coaching, in player evaluation, in execution, 2021 has to be the best this coaching staff and front office has produced. Because the Chiefs don’t have to be at their best to get to the Super Bowl, but everyone else does.

Ryan Tannehill believes that the Titans can replicate their success next year on offense no matter who is pulling the strings at offensive coordinator. He believes the foundation is in place.

In the Jim Wyatt Mailbag Experience, a fan writes in one of the most glorious walls of text you will ever see. Enjoy it!

Author: Robert GreenlawBorn and raised west of the Mighty Mississippi, a 2nd-grade project on the state of Tennessee introduced Robert to Steve McNair and Eddie George, turning him into a Titans fan for life. Robert was best known for being the Music City Miracles "links guy" for the better part of a decade. He loves all things sports and can be found on The Flex fantasy football podcast, part of Broadway Sports Media.

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