About the only position the Tennessee Titans haven’t addressed this off-season is the offensive line.
Including the trade for running back DeMarco Murray, the team has brought in eight new faces; one of which being a wide receiver with great promise in Rishard Matthews.
Now that Marcus Mariota has a running back behind him with some experience and real potential, and a receiving duo in Matthews and second-year player Dorial Green-Beckham, the Titans will address their quarterback’s ability to use those weapons.
Mariota was sacked 38 times last season, and the Titans led the league in quarterback sacks allowed while their signal callers got hit over 100 times last year.
They may have a mobile quarterback in Nashville, but I doubt seriously they want him running for his life. Laremy Tunsil from Ole Miss has been, and still is, Tennessee’s best shot at giving their leader the protection he needs to be successful.
Previously: Laremy Tunsil – OT – Ole Miss
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