The five most important players
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on the Titans (excluding Marcus Mariota) Without hesitation Eddie George Jersey , Marcus Mariota is the most important player on the Tennessee Titans. Without him, the Titans are not a playoff team in 2017. Since quarterback is the most important position in football, for this article we’re doing things a little differently. This will take a look at who I consider to be the five most important non-quarterback pieces for the Titans. The order of the countdown will go from five to one, and remember that this is just my opinion.So with that said, let’s get the countdown started.5. Dion LewisChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsYou could insert Derrick Henry into this spot and I would not disagree. But I feel that Dion Lewis is a little more important going into the 2018 season because he adds a new dimension to the Titans offense.Dion Lewis is more than just a third down back. He’s a guy you can trust to churn through tiny gaps on run plays, making him a quality runner in addition to a quality receiver. And as a receiver, you have all sorts of uses for Lewis, which greatly enhances your game plan if you’re an offensive coordinator. Lewis has the quickness to give him the edge while stemming his routes, the vision to find the tiniest of holes and exploiting them (let’s be mature, here), and is also a quality blockingback. Simply put, Lewis adds all sorts of options to the Titans offense, hence his spot on this list.4. Kevin ByardChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsAfter experiencing a breakout sophomore year (where he was named First Team All-Pro by the Associated Press), free safety Kevin Byard has cemented himself as the bread and butter of the Titans secondary.Byard led all safeties in both interceptions (8) and pass disruptions (16). While some of his interceptions came on a stroke of luck, Byard’s coverage skills, ball skills and vision all took a big step up, and he established himself as arguably the best young safety in football. His interception on Deshaun Watson in week 4 is a perfect example of his ball skills and ability to undercut the target.Byard is earning a little less than $4 million from his rookie contract. To get his high level of play from that amount of money is tremendous value for the Titans, and I’m convinced he still has more to show in 2018. 3. Delanie WalkerJay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY SportsDelanie Walker was a home run free agent signing for the Titans back in 2013, and that was done on a four-year $17.5 million contract. He’s given Tennessee extremely high tight end production as a result, putting up 356 receptions for 4,156 yards and 26 touchdowns, while being named to three consecutive Pro Bowls.Walker’s hands took a step down in 2017 Austin Johnson Jersey White , but he was (still) just about the only receiver the Titans had that could consistently create separation. His chemistry with Marcus Mariota has also been noted, as they’ve connected for 12 touchdowns since 2015. In a new scheme, Walker should have a bounce back year. He’s 33 years old, but he’s also managed to stay relatively healthy, and I don’t see why he can’t have another Pro Bowl caliber season.2. Taylor LewanChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsThe highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL, Taylor Lewan, simply put, is the bread and butter of the Titans offensive line. Lewan’s refined technique as a pass blocker has helped give Mariota many clean pockets, and he is equally as impressive in the run game. As the left tackle to a right-handed quarterback, Lewan protects Mariota’s blind side, making it easier for the quarterback to adjust to pressure and survey his reads down the field. Tennessee’s offensive line simply isn’t the same without Lewan, but then again that’s pretty obvious. 1. Jurrell CaseyKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsWith exception to Marcus Mariota, no player on the Titans is more important than star defensive tackle Jurrell Casey.You can line up Casey as a 3-tech and he’s phenomenal. You can put him in the A-gap, B-gap or C-gap and he’d overwhelm the lineman on the opposite side of the ball. He’s extremely explosive off of the snap, can control the speed of his jabs with relative ease, and he’s a monster as both a pass rusher and run stopper.The reason I have Casey as the most important non-quarterback on the Titans’ roster is simple. The Titans have made an effort to haul in younger defensive talent, snagging Harold Landry and Rashaan Evans from the same draft, drafting cornerback Adoree Jackson in 2017, and signing Malcolm Butler from New England. Instead of being a defense intent on rebuilding, with Jurrell Casey, the defense suddenly looks like it can be a top 15 unit. Casey makes the jobs of those around him on the defensive front much easier because of his versatility. He’s been rewarded by his high quality play with three consecutive Pro Bowl appearances as well, a testament to his value for Tennessee’s defense.So Womens Curley Culp Jersey , those are my five most valuable non-quarterbacks on the Titans. With that said, who are your picks, and why? If your favorite team is looking for a three-down linebacker in the 2019 NFL draft, Tennessee’s Quart’e Sapp might represent the best value in the class.A versatile prospect with a well-rounded..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Tennessee Titans Podcast2019 NFL draft: Introducing Quart’e Sapp, Tennessee’s versatile linebacker prospectCDTShareTweetShareShare2019 NFL draft: Introducing Quart’e Sapp, Tennessee’s versatile linebacker prospectRandy Sartin-USA TODAY SportsIf your favorite team is looking for a three-down linebacker in the 2019 NFL draft, Tennessee’s Quart’e Sapp might represent the best value in the class.A versatile prospect with a well-rounded skill set, Sapp recently spoke exclusively with MCM about his decision to go pro, how his Pro Day went and why an NFL team should use one of their draft picks on him.JM: Walk me through how you made the decision to go pro at this time.QS: I grew up in a single parent home. My mom and I sat down and talked about it for a long time. I always promised her that I would be the first male in my family to graduate from college. I made that promise to her before I even stepped foot on campus at Tennessee. The majority of us collegiate athletes go to school year round and I had the opportunity to graduat early. I graduated back in December. We sat down and discussed my options. I kept my promise to her. I graduated. That was always my number one goal. Now that I’ve achieved that, I get to focus on my next goal, which is playing football at the next level. I realized that staying for one more year would have given me an opportunity to showcase my reliability as a versatile, three-down linebacker. We recently went through a coaching change. I sat and thought about things for a long time. I decided to turn pro.JM: Your Pro Day went down recently. How did it go?QS: It went really well. I didn’t hit some of the numbers that I was hoping too. I did well overall. My numbers lined up nicely against the other players at my position in this draft. As an athlete and competitior, you always want to do better. Things went well overall. I spoke to like five scouts afterwards who told me they were impressed with my position work. They were excited to watch me in person and communicate with me afterwards. I’m excited to see how the rest of the process plays out.JM: Which teams did you chat with afterwards?QS: I spoke with the Eagles and 49ers immediately afterwards. The Falcons liked what they saw. They invited me to take part in their local day the following week. The Titans were in attendance. I spoke to them for a while. Some teams contacted me after my Pro Day as well.JM: That’s awesome. The Falcons clearly liked what they saw. Any more visits or workouts coming up?QS: I’ve been in touch with the Jaguars. They’re supposed to bring me in for a private workout. I’m just in the process of confirming that now.JM: How would you describe your skillset?QS: I describe myself as a three-down linebacker. I can play in space and I can play all three linebacker positions. We went through three different defensive coordinators in my time there, so I’m well versed in multiple schemes. We played as a 4-3 defense in my first two seasons and I spent the majority of my time at the WILL spot. Coach [Jeremy] Pruitt made the switch to a 3-4 defense last year and I played all three positions for him, the MIKE, WILL and something we call the money ‘backer which is the third down linebacker. I can rush the passer, play in space or cover tight ends. That’s where I excel at.JM: You briefly touched on the coaching changes in Tennessee, are they in good hands with Jeremy Pruitt?QS: Yeah, they definitely are. Having been around him for a couple of months, I learned a lot from him in a short amount of time. He taught me things both as a football player and as a man. He’s installing a culture that’s going to win. They’re gonna be a winning program in the next couple of years. This upcoming fall is obviously huge for them.They just picked up a new offensive coordinator as well. Good changes are happening there.JM: In closing, why should an NFL team use one of their draft picks on Quart’e Sapp?QS: I can play all three downs at the next level. I’m what teams are looking for in today’s linebacker. I’m very versatile and physical. I’m mentally tough and smart as well. I’m excited for what’s ahead.
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