Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – Part 2

By Brendan Taffe AFC South Houston Texans: Deshaun Watson Is Not A QB1 I’ll wait for the boos to die down.  Ok ready?  I think we are downplaying the loss of DeAndre Hopkins.  There are not many other receivers in the league quite like him.  He can win at all levels of the field, make … Continue reading Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – Part 2

Titans A.E. (After Extension): Preview of the 2020 Tennessee Titans

The Titans season was a tale of two halves. The beginning of the season looked bleak with the Titans going 2-4 with Marcus Mariota. Mariota's poor play caused him to get benched for Ryan Tannehill, under whom the Titans caught fire. They finished 7-3 and made the playoffs as a wildcard. In an upset, the Titans defeated Tom Brady and the Patriots 20-13. They shocked the NFL by defeating MVP Lamar Jackson and the Ravens 28-12 behind Derrick Henry's massive game. The Titans put up a valiant effort against Patrick Mahomes and company but couldn't keep up with the Chiefs' electrifying offensive and lost 35-24. With Tannehill at QB, the Titans skill players increased their productivity, but can they repeat their success? Let's jump right into it.

Head for the Tannehills: The Case to Draft Ryan Tannehill

Ryan Tannehill is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in dynasty Superflex right now. He is the 22nd quarterback off the board, according to the average draft position data. Why do the Titans believe enough in Ryan Tannehill to extend his contract through 2024, and yet the fantasy community thinks he is in the bottom third of NFL quarterbacks?

Tennessee Titans: 2020 Team Projections

Maybe the Titans' defense wasn't what it was in 2018, but Dean Pees still did some excellent work with them in 2019. His decision to retire ends a very successful career that featured a top-12 defense in 11 out of his 12 years leading one. In the wake of his retirement, head coach Mike Vrabel has decided to not hire a new defensive coordinator to replace him, opting instead to spearhead a collaborative effort himself. They are keeping offensive coordinator Arthur Smith though after the Titans offense jumped from being a bottom-5 unit to a top-10 one.