Found July 08, 2013 on Total Titans:
I did a post like this last year, and now it's time for this year's edition. NFL Films guru Greg Cosell is doing a series of draft review podcasts discussing how each team drafted with Doug Farrar of Yahoo's Shutdown Corner, and the AFC South one posted a little bit ago. As with last year's, there's a lot of good stuff in there, on the Titans and the other teams in the division, and I'll be posting overviews rather than transcriptions. The most interesting discussion in the podcast is the one Farrar highlighted in his post, Cosell's comments on fifth-round defensive end Lavar Edwards. He had some pretty high praise for him as a potential sub package pass rusher at defensive end, and Farrar likes him as well. The problem I have with that was, is that really how the Titans see him? My initial reaction, which stayed the same in my follow-up piece on Edwards, is that's not how the Titans see Edwards at all. Rather, I think they see him as a closed-sid...

Projecting Titans catches for 2013

One of the things I've been involved with lately is getting KUBIAK, the Football Outsiders fantasy football product, ready for its release (set for Tuesday no later than noon ET). That includes projecting usage for the various Titans players, including particularly catches for the receivers. Note this post and all projections in it are simply my opinion and is not necessarily...

Jonathan Franklin Has Potential for Breakout Year’s Doug Farrar recently interviewed football analyst Greg Cosell about the 2013 NFL Draft. When discussing the Green Bay Packers draft, both raved over the potential of fourth round selection running back Jonathan Franklin out of UCLA. They do add, however, that there is room to grow for Franklin in the passing game. “[Jonathan Franklin] is a perfect fit for this offense...
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