ESPN tried to decide which team was the least analytically inclined team in the NFL. The Titans won that poll, which is obviously less than ideal. It’s easier than ever to make the right decisions guided by analytics and the Titans seem allergic to them. Maybe the one guy they hired can start a revolution at Saint Thomas Sports Park. Hopefully he prints out enough pamphlets.
Ryan Tannehill stayed put in the QB Index. I think that’s fair. He wasn’t spectacular, but he wasn’t bad in the loss to the Jets either.
In a list of the top 25 rookies in the league, the Titans have 0 that make the list. Not shocked.
Despite what most fans would like you to think, the Titans are still contenders according to Cynthia Frelund. The division they play in makes it easier for them to make the playoffs, but more importantly, they are still extremely talented. Let that talent all get on the field together, and then lets see what happens in January.
A little help may be on the way for the Titans’ backfield. Darrynton Evans has been designated to return from IR.
Caleb Farley and A.J. Brown both returned to practice on Wednesday. Getting both back would be huge. Farley needs snaps and Brown makes this offense far more potent.