Titans Need Michael Griffin to Bounce Back in 2010

June 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

So many questions come to mind when I think about Michael Griffin.
Is he as good as I thought he was? Can he repeat his 2008 season? Do the Titans have a problem at what was once one of their more secure positions?
The safety is a team's last line of defense—if you look at successful defenses, they probably have a good safety.  It's a sometimes underrated, but a necessary position to have talent at.
In 2008, I was amazed by the Titans 13-3 season, I was even more amazed by Michael Griffin.
In his second season, he had 75 tackles, 11 pass deflections, and seven interceptions.  He had become one of the most feared safeties in the league.  He was all over the field, more of a heat-seeking missile than a ball hawk.
I even started to compare him to the great Ed Reed.
However, I did not ever expect what happened in 2009.  The Titans started out 0-6 and had one of the worst pass defenses in the league.  One of 2008's best pas...

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