Titans happy with draft maneuvers

The Tennessee Titans and GM Jon Robinson made some haughty choices in the 2016 draft, trading away the number one overall selection for a future first round pick and a slew of second round picks, an extra sixth round pick for titansGuard Andy Levitre and a conditional seventh rounder for RB Terrance West.  In all, the Titans draft went extremely well.

Titans coaches are confident that 1st round pick (and 8th overall selection) Jack Conklin will fit right in at right tackle.  In the second round, the Titans had three picks with the standout being Alabama RB Derrick Henry. The third round netted Middle Tennessee State Safety Kevin Byard.

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The Titans still need to shore up their defensive backfield but the team should improve enough to attempt a push into the playoffs this season.  With the shrewd moves made in the draft, the Titans have assured themselves a top draft pick next season in a draft class with much more talent then the 2016 class.

 

Tennessee opens the preseason at home with a game against San Diego Chargers.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets for not only all preseason but regular season games are already on sale.  Get yours today and help cheer on your Tennessee Titans in 2016~!

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Titans visit Patriots

The Tennessee Titans, playoff hopes all but dashed will take on the New England Patriots this weekend and while the game is near meaningless to both squads, the Titans could have something to fight for namely the #1 selection in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Expect second running back Bishop Sankey to get some playing time after Dexter McCluster broke his left wrist last weekend.

“We’re talking about it, but I’d think that’d be Bishop’s opportunity to come in and have a chance to play that role that Dexter was playing,” Titans interim coach Mike Mularkey said Monday.

Tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Tennessee Titans on the road!

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Titans prepare for Colts

After a tough 28-14 loss to the Cleveland Browns in which “Johnny Football” came back to life, the Titans are left to pick up the pieces and move on against a Indianapolis Colts team that is still hunting for their first win.

The Titans are still getting all their ducks in a row with a new QB and a new defensive scheme brought by Defensive Coordinator Dick Lebeau.  The Titans were carved up twice last year by the Colts but this year Andrew Luck will not be so successful.

There are still plenty of great seats and affordable tickets so be sure to get out and help cheer on your Tennessee Titans!

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Titans running attack back to full speed

David Cobb noticed Eddie George standing with running backs coach Sylvester Croom and responded as a fellow back on the field would.

“I know Eddie was watching during our half-line drill, so that definitely gave me an extra pep in my step, him and coach Croom  behind me. That will definitely do it.”

And that pep, which was hampered when Cobb injured a hammy in the off season, is back with all the pops that he became known for back in college.

 “I definitely think that is how I’m going to stay around, if I stay around,’’ Cobb said. “I know what I am here for, so the biggest thing for me right now is to continue to get stronger, continue to stay healthy, and just learn pass pro and different things about the offense.  But I also have to continue to play fast and be physical.”

The Titans open the preseason in the Georgia Dome against the Atlanta Falcons. You can see Cobb and all the titans this year.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Tennessee Titans.

Mariota still unsigned

Despite rumors that Surfing is the reason he has yet to sign, the Titans First Round Draft Pick, QB Marcus Mariota and his new team are negotiating offsets to his contract and not, as some are reporting, the need of Mariota to surf before the season.  Basically Mariota wants to get the chance to keep his guaranteed money for the Titans, while the team wants credit if he is cut and moves to another team.

Training camp is less than a month away and you can bet the Titans will have it all squared away before that time arrives.

The Titans kick off the preseason against the Atlanta Falcons.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets still remain so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Titans!

Titans fall to Cowboys

Locker Taking the Heat

While it is true that Titans QB Jake Locker had a QB Rating of 7 in the first half of the game against the Cowboys,  Locker was far from the only reason Tennessee lost.   Locker was under immense pressure as the offensive line failed to protect him and goaded him into throwing two interceptions.

Tight End Delanie Walker had a career game with Locker hitting him 10 times for 142 yards and a touchdown, all second half heroics and not enough to overcome a scoreless first half.

“Jake didn’t play his best in the first half, but we had opportunities to make a couple of catches that get us going and we didn’t do it,” Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said. “… He did a better job in the second half. Maybe he just settled down.”

The Titans have the opportunity to right the ship on the road next week as they take on the Cincinnati Bengals.  Cheap tickets and great seats are still available so be sure to get yours now and help cheer on your Tennessee Titans!

Titans trade Edwards to Cowboys for draft pick

Former 2013 fifth round draft pick Lavar Edwards was traded just hours before the NFL mandated final cut.  Edwards, a 6’4″ defensive end out of LSU played in seven games for the Titans last year (starting one) and collected nine tackles and one pass breakup.

The Titans made their final cuts to drop the roster down.  These are the final players cut; TJeff Adams, CB Ri’Shard Anderson, RB Antonio Andrews, DL Chigbo Anunoby, K Maikon Bonani, CB Tommie Campbell, TE Chase Coffman, LB Brandon Copeland, QB Dominique Davis, DE Marcus Dixon, LB Moise Fokou, WR Marc Mariani, G Justin McCray, FB Collin Mooney, OL Eric Olsen, T Will Poehls, WR Rico Richadson, WR Brian Robiskie, TE Jason Schepler, CB Winston Wright.

The Titans open the season against on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs September 7th at noon.  Great seats and cheap tickets are still available so get out there and support your Titans.

Titans get win over Chargers

Jake Locker leads his team to first victory over Chargers since 1992

With a losing streak that has spanned over two decades, it took Quarterback Jake Locker to break the spell and he did so with a 94-yard drive that culminated in a touchdown by Rookie Wide out Justin Hunter who caught a 34-yard Locker pass.

“Every quarterback needs a game like this,” Tennessee wide receiver Damian Williams said. “We’ve always been 100% behind Jake, and after a game like this, hopefully everyone else will be, too.”

The Titans will get an opportunity to improve to 3-1 when they take on the New York Jets this Sunday.  Great seats are still available!

Titans revamping roster in hopes of a better record

With no less than 15 new faces on the Tennessee Titans roster, change was inevitable. While the team has upgraded the quality of players on its rosters, there is still a major question of how to get them to improve on last season’s 6-10 record.

And if it wasn’t evident from the collapse of last season, Head Coach Mike Munchak knows that this could be his last season with the squad if they do not make it to the playoffs so elusive since 2008. Oh, on top of all of that, the team is now implementing a new offense which won’t make things any easier.

“Anytime you have new staff and new players, you’re antsy to get going. Once we got out here, for phase two the last seven weeks, we’re very happy with what we’re doing,” Munchak said. “Once we’re out here, I love the nine weeks in a row. For me, it’s a lot better than it used to be when it was spread out over more weeks. I like the fact that once we start, it’s nine straight weeks, and we have these guys here three or four times a week and we have continuation from one week to the next. You don’t have to reteach things.”

The Titans open the regular season on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Be sure to get out and support your Titans at home!

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