NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The right tackle is a rookie and the left guard is a first-year starter.

The left tackle joined the team by trade on Aug. 29 and took over on the second offensive snap of Week 2.

Set aside the critique of the quality of Nicholas Petit-Frere, Aaron Brewer and Dennis Daley, respectively, for a moment, and consider the scope of the change.

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Offensive lines more than any other positions need time to work together and jell, and the Titans have shown signs of that happening in the last two weeks during their AFC South wins over the Colts and Texans.

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