NASHVILLE, Tenn. One of the fixes that had to happen this season for the Titans to be successful was to rebuild its offensive line.
The grouping was beset by combination of injuries and poor play to have a large part in last seasons 6-10 debacle. That had to particularly stick in the craw of Titans head coach Mike Munchak and offensive line coach Bruce Matthews, a pair of Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive linemen from their playing days for the franchise.
Set at tackle with ninth-year veterans Michael Roos on the left and David Stewart on the right, the Titans completely retooled the interior. They signed free agents Andy Levitre for left guard and Rob Turner to eventually play center while drafting Alabamas Chance Warmack in the first round to man right guard.
Yes, the fix was in. But through six games, lets just say the offensive line isnt nearly fixed.
The Titans have struggled running the ball the past three games, including in losses to visiting Kansas City and at Seattle ...