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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt was asked what was different about the Titans’ offensive changes this offseason. His answer:
“Everything. New plays. New formations. We’re starting from scratch.”
This is a clear indication that offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, who was given the position in November last year, will be taking the charge on formulating his own offense for Tennessee.
Even second-year wide out Kendall Wright confirmed that, “it’s just a new playbook. There’s nothing left over from last year.”
“The team has really embraced and responded to the changes our organization has made as far as the offense and the players we’ve brought in,” Loggains said. “In today’s NFL, not throwing the ball a lot is still throwing it around 30 times a game.
“We are going to be a run, play-action team first, but we’re still going to drop back and throw the football.”
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