@PaulKuharskyNFL makes sense.... Going into '16 what is the by position rank of needs you see for Titans?— Jeff Olek (@jeffolek) December 16, 2015
Let’s rank the Tennessee Titans by position of need:
Wide receiver: Not nearly dynamic or threatening enough, no matter the scheme or the coaching. They need to get to a place where Kendall Wright is the No. 3, not the No. 1.
Cornerback: A healthy Jason McCourty is still a quality player and a settling force, but it would be nice for him to be the second guy. Perrish Cox would be best as a third. Coty Sensabaugh is purely a nickel guy, if he’s a piece going forward; his contract is up. Blidi Wreh-Wilson can’t be relied on.
Offensive line: The Titans can still upgrade at three of five spots -- left guard, center and right tackle.
Safety: Michael Griffin is about to turn 31 and has an $8.3 million cap charge and a $6.5 million base salary in 2016. A younger, rangier free safety could help the corners too.
Outside linebacker: This presumes they stay a 3-4. They have two good ones, in Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan. But we’ve seen the defense sink since Morgan’s been hurt. They need a third edge pass-rusher.
Inside linebacker: Wesley Woodyard is fine alongside mainstay Avery Williamson, but Woodyard is older and not as big as you’d like. Zach Brown will be a free agent and Steve Johnson will be a free agent, so at the least they need depth.