NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The pass protection focus has been on the offensive line, with tributaries flowing to quarterback ball-holding and wide-receiver separation.

The lack of explosive plays has been thoroughly discussed, with absences and injury limitations of A.J. Brown and Julio Jones clearly limiting what was supposed to be a dynamic offense.

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But the absence of the Titans’ tight ends as a factor for the offense has not yet had it's turn under the spotlight – and there is some question as to how much that is tied to their deployment, as the team has made a significant move away from two-tight end formations.

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