By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special contributor

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans’ defensive line has one indispensable player. Jurrell Casey is able to play a high number of snaps per game and impact the run and the pass.

Casey is the only defensive lineman on the Titans roster with that ability. That must change. The pass rush was not a factor in 2018 and that can change quickly by adding personnel. CaseyTexans

Casey is the leader of the group. DaQuan Jones is a run-down player first and can be a force in the role but gives very little against the pass. Jones lacks quickness as a rusher and despite his strength and anchor those are not pass rushing traits. Austin Johnson is a mirror image of Jones. Both are better versus the run and struggle to rush the passer outside of giving a push as a power rusher at times.

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