Why the Titans don't run more three-wide

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans reluctance to spend much time in formations featuring three wide receivers stems from the formational restrictions of the personnel grouping.

I’d never thought of it this way.

But Mike Mularkey and Terry Robiskie run a deception offense and don’t want to tell a defense what is coming. In their thinking, the three-wide sets we all think of as opening things up are actually limiting.MarcusThrowCIN

In 1994, Mularkey was the quality control coach in Tampa Bay. He watched more film that season than in any other, and working both side of the ball he saw what made things hard for defenses.

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