Young, inexperienced corners can be part of winning formula for Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans may have their most talented group of cornerbacks in a while. They definitely have their youngest group of cornerbacks in while.

Their top four covermen are third-year, second-year, first-year and second-year players – that’s Kristian Fulton, Caleb Farley, Roger McCreary and Elijah Molden.

Kristian Fulton

Kristian Fulton/ © Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports

The team is not looking to experience as much as skill, though Fulton is the No. 1 guy and he gained a good deal of experience last season when he played very well.

While the defending Super Bowl champion Rams had one of the league’s best and highest-priced corners in Jalen Ramsey, we’ve seen inexpensive and inexperienced cornerbacks help win a title.

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