In shuffle, Andy Levitre is odd man out on Titans' O-line

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Left guard Andy Levitre looks like the odd man out right now in the offensive line shuffle, says David Climer of The Tennessean.

The Titans have prioritized a forgotten position with fullback Jalston Fowler, says Climer.

Fowler made a nice catch Monday, per Jim Wyatt of Titansonline.com.

The Titans are making a push to sell a Nissan Stadium suite in Hawaii to fans of Mariota who are willing to travel to see him, and have a lot of money.

When David Cobb was in on pass plays, he ran routes, says Thomas Gower of Total Titans in his review of the Atlanta game.

To which I say: That means we still need to see him called on in pass protection.

Comparing Mariota’s preseason debut to the last two first-round quarterbacks, Jake Locker and Vince Young, from Jim Wyatt.

Marcus Mariota gets a C for his first game from Bleacher Report’s Dan Hope.