Pickers mailbag: Titans need to scheme receivers open

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Here's our end-of-the-week Periscope.

There was a private follow up for members only during which we discussed the 20th anniversary of the Oilers negotiating out of the second year of their two-year lease in Memphis. 

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Oscar Benjamin You’ve mentioned in the past about the Titans having issues developing their WR’s. Any thoughts on what kind of philosophy and/or personnel decisions you would want to see from them that would suggest their on the right track turning the WR group around?

PK: This is a very interesting topic and I want to focus on expectations and philosophy.

Separation was a major issue last season for a franchise that consistently has receiver issues.


We hear a lot about quarterbacks throwing receivers open, and we certainly need to see more of that from Marcus Mariota who’s shown he can do it.

But how about scheming them open?

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