Scout's Take: The comprehensive Titans' roster review

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Despite having an 11-6 record, the Titans overachieved throughout the season.

The Titans were a flawed personnel team from the start.TannehillCloseWave

Losing veteran leaders like Jurrell Casey, Wesley Woodyard, Logan Ryan, Delanie Walker and Jack Conklin and replacing them with questionable personal and football characters like Jadeveon Clowney, Vic Beasley and Isaiah Wilson was not only a change in the locker room but turned out to kill production.

The Titans coaches deserve a lot of credit for the 11-6 season in 2020.

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