NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans didn’t do a great deal to help their offense for 2021 in the draft.

Significant contributions are rare for rookies drafted in the fourth round or later. Maybe fourth-round receiver Dez Fitzpatrick or inexperienced LSU sixth-rounder Racey McMath surprise.

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Dillon Radunz, courtesy North Dakota State

But with the two major periods of player acquisition over, it’s clear while the Titans may slide some on offense they should be a lot better on defense, where we can expect six new starters.

And if they score 40 less often, well that would be fine if they chop down that average of 27 points allowed per game.

The themes I see in the eight-man class:

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