Mike Vrabel leaves room for radical Titans' offensive scheme change

INDIANAPOLIS – When Mike Vrabel’s offense was at its best in 2020 it scored just over 30 points a game and ranked fourth in scoring, the highest for the franchise since the end of the Oilers’ run-and-shoot in 1993.

Derrick Henry ran for 2,027 and Ryan Tannehill was fantastic in the play-action game, throwing a career-high 33 touchdowns and engineering six game-winning drives as the Titans went 11-5.Ryan Tannehill

Photo by Angie Flatt

As they evaluate prospects at the combine and approach free agency to rebuild their offensive line and receiving corps and find a tight end to pair with Chig Okonkwo, will they try to replicate that? Or does the amount of blanks on the depth chart they need to fill create opportunity for change?

Login to Read the Full Story

Not Already a Member?

Membership includes access to everything on the site – articles, videos and potentially podcasts. You’ll be welcome to private Periscope sessions where only members can ask questions, have a spot on a private Facebook page where we can discuss everything and get priority placement in mailbag posts. PaulKuharsky.com will provide analysis and insight on the Titans and the league that simply can’t be found elsewhere, plus occasional rants from me on non-football stuff I come across.

You are not authorised to post comments.

Comments powered by CComment