NASHVILLE, Tenn. – There are a lot of dizzying elements to the 2017 Titans.

One is the ever-circular debate about execution versus scheme.

As he does with virtually everything, Delanie Walker did very well in addressing it.

It’s been clear since Mike Mularkey took over as interim coach during the 2015 season that players love him for his message, his honesty and his approach. He's glued a team together, and that is no small thing. But he's left an awful lot of room for debate about an anemic, out-of-sync offense that needs to show a lot more life if the Titans are to spring an upset Saturday in Kansas City.WalkerOAK

A few weeks ago, Rishard Matthews spoke about the Titans' predictability.

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