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Why Lamar Jackson Shouldn’t Have Said He “Underestimated the Titans”

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe biggest surprise of the most recent NFL postseason was that Lamar Jackson and the Ravens did not advance past their first game in the Divisional Round of the playoffs against the Tennessee Titans. The Ravens were favored by many to play in the AFC Championship game and that loss seems to stick with Lamar Jackson. In a recent interview on Complex’s “Load Management” podcast, Jackson spoke on their Divisional Round loss. “Don’t underestimate your opponents,” Jackson said. “They caught us by surprise. That’s all it was.” Although Jackson may have admitted to underestimating his opponent,...

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Titans’ Top “Player vs Player” Matchups this Upcoming Season

Reading Time: 2 minutesHere are the top player vs player matchups this season for the Titans: Week 1: Derrick Henry vs Broncos run defense; featuring Von Miller, Bradley Chubb, and Jurrell Casey. Week 2: Titans Secondary vs “Minshew Mania”; we should see if Minshew lives up to the hype. Week 3: Adoree Jackson vs Adam Theilen; it’s going to be a big test for Jackson to see if he is truly the #1 corner in Tennessee. Week 4: Titans O-Line vs TJ Watt, Watt recorded 14.5 sacks last season. Week 5: AJ Brown vs Tre’davious White; lets see if...

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The Titans Should Not have Re-Signed Tannehill

Reading Time: 2 minutesRyan Tannehill is staying in Tennessee on a 4 year / $118 million deal, but it was a very poor move for the franchise. Tannehill was one of many quarterbacks prepared to hit Free Agency in this stacked quarterback class, that includes Tom Brady, Jameis Winston, Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater, potentially Dak Prescott, and other trade candidates under contract. The Titans made a huge mistake by not waiting until the start of the Free Agency period, and seeing what other Quarterbacks were asking for, compared to Tannehill. The Titans did make it to the AFC championship...

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Why the Tannehill Extension Was Great for the Titans

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Tennessee Titans are sticking with the man that led them to their first AFC championship game since 1999, as they inked Ryan Tannehill to a four year, $118 million dollar deal. Let’s look back at the incredible timeline that led up to this signing, before we get into the analysis: After injury filled years in Miami, Tannehill was traded to the Titans in return for a fourth and seventh round pick. Few had major expectations for him, and no one would have expected him to be getting paid almost $30 million a year the next...

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