NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans run block well and pass protect poorly. And while it’s a full offense thing, the spine of it is certainly the offensive line.Taylor Lewan

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The ability to sustain the run-blocking effort without the starting line intact for five of the team’s 13 games is impressive. The inability to reliably keep Ryan Tannehill on his feet and allow him some chances to let plays develop is unimpressive.

As with virtually every big question attached to the Titans, injuries are at the heart of it.

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