NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As we consider the Titans’ ability to scheme up a pass rush as they are lacking a premier pass rusher likely to put up a double-digit sack season, I wanted to look at all the teams Mike Vrabel played on.VrabelRavens

In regular seasons in Pittsburgh, New England and Kansas City, he was part of 14 regular seasons that totaled a 144-80 record -- a .643 winning percentage.

There are all sorts of paths to winning in the NFL.

Few have been better than whichever one Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have walked, and Vrabel was part of the Patriots for a great eight-year run.

No Jevon Kearse was available for the Titans to splash into their formula this season the way the 1999 Titans found one. And Vrabel exudes great confidence that he and Dean Pees will be able to get more out of the people they’ve got and the scheme they draw up.

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