NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Three angles on the Titans’ pass rush that have hit me this week as they get ready for a visit from the Houston Texans, who have given up an average of just under three sacks a game…

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As part of a pending OutKick 360 conversation about the pass rush turn-around from 2020 on, I went into Wednesday’s media availability aiming to get an answer from a couple of guys to this: What’s the one thing above all else that sparked the change from last ‘years anemic rush to this year’s dynamic one.

I was surprised at what Jeffery Simmons and Rodger Saffold – who went against the rash in training camp and has observed it since – had to say.

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