The Titans have not morphed into a three-wide base offense

TicketsBar2NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Matt LaFleur was a part of the Rams last year, and Los Angeles ran a ton of three-wide formations.

The Titans ran very few.

And so we thought we’d see a dramatic transformation.IMG 3324

But at this stage of camp, while the Titans are running more three-wide, I wouldn’t call them a three-wide team.

First down looks to still typically default to two-tight ends and there is plenty of it on second down too.

“That’s going to depend on weekly basis on who we have up and at the end of the day we’re going to do whatever we feel is best to attack a defense whether that’s being in 12 (two-tight), 21 (two-back), 11 (three-wide), 13 (three-tight), we’ve got a pretty versatile group I feel like,” LaFleur said. “We’ll kind of see where it goes.

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