The Paul Kuharsky Podcast: Titans' Wasp Stings

The Paul Kuharsky PodcastNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A lack of a dominant offensive tackle means a quality pass rusher is going to require chip help, and chip help means an eligible receiver is going to be limited in what he can do as an option for the offense.

We start this week's podcast looking at chips from that perspective, and also from the perspective of the Titans defense, where Jeffery Simmons said he can regard a back or tight end trying to slow him as a wasp sting that may hurt a little bit but also wears off.

The new episode awaits you on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, iHeart and YouTube, which is below.

Other subjects I dive into:

💥 Backside wide receivers can be open and helpless
💥 What does a great run defense mean if you give up a bunch of big passes?
💥 Lack of wide receiver separation

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