Scouting review: Full dissection of Titans' failures against the Cardinals

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- This was not the way the Titans wanted to start their new season.

The third-down defense did not improve off a historically bad 2020 season.

The new additions to the team were not as productive as the players they replaced.

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The new offensive coordinator did not live up to the last one.

The 2021 draft class had minimal impact or production with only Elijah Molden playing significant snaps.

The 2020 draft class had only Kristian Fulton and Larrell Murchison active during the game.

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