Tennessee Titans Defense Looking Into 2010

April 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Tennessee Titans are a team that has relied heavily on a stout defense in passed years. In 2008, they ranked seventh in yards allowed and second in points allowed.  The defense shutdown opposing running backs and created many turnovers in the passing game.
Coming into the 2009 season, the same was expected. However, one extremely important piece was missing: Big Al. Without a dominant defensive line, the defense as a whole suffered.
Without a disruptive force under center, running backs went five yards without being touched and I have never seen quarterbacks have so much time in the pocket. With that in mind, our secondary got thrashed and we finished with one of the worst defenses in the league.
In a year when the Titans boasted a fierce offense, especially with the return of Vince Young, the playoffs looked to be closer than ever, then the once-feared defense failed. There were games when even if we scored 100 points (just saying) the other team would of ju...

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