RashodBatemanNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Because the defense was so bad we’ve spent a lot of time talking about that side of the ball.

But with the loss of Arthur Smith, Corey Davis, Jonnu Smith and Adam Humphries, there is a lot of work to be done on the Titans’ offense.

Todd Downing’s got a huge challenge in trying to sustain the high level of play that has been the keystone of the team for the last two years.

Josh Reynolds is now in the receiver mix, and when he spoke to the media he pegged himself as a Davis replacement.

I’m not sure he can be that, and talked to some around the league about his potential back when he signed.

After we knew Humphries was a money and injury cut and Davis was gone as a free agent, my wish list for the Titans included a Davis-like replacement with more speed but more significantly a receiver with more juice and a more expansive route tree.

While Smith, Rob Moore and Ryan Tannehill did great work highlighting what Davis did best – often getting him the ball on the move with crossers and slants – it would be ideal if the next guy could do more.

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