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Quick Shot: Are we all underestimating Jake Locker?
allow 45 hurries, 13 hits, and 10 sacks on 2,053 snaps. To give some perspective the combination of Fernando Velasco, Michael Roos, and David Stewart allowed only 41 hurries 13 hits, and 6 sacks on 2,658 snaps. That means that while compensating for the backups, from Music City Miracles Read more »
Tennessee Titans: 5 Areas That Will Improve Next Season
most scouts have nothing but positive things to say about this guy. They were already solid at the tackle position with Michael Roos and David Stewart. It should be night and day for Locker this season compared to last season when it comes to having time inside from Bleacher Report Read more »
Revamped O-line now a Titans strength
last we saw the Titans on the field, the team’s starting offensive line consisted of the following: left tackle Michael Roos, left guard Fernando Velasco, center Kyle DeVan, right guard Deuce Lutui and right tackle Byron Stingily. Other offensive linemen who from Titans Insider Read more »
Was Tennessee Titans Offensive Free Agent Signings Money Blown or Money Well Spent?
a bang by upgrading the offensive line and adding much needed depth. Blessed with two of the best tackles in the NFL in Michael Roos and David Stewart, the need to upgrade the interior line was critical. The Titans addressed that need by signing the best guard from Rant Sports Read more »
2013 Tennessee Titans offseason positional analysis: OT
position by position is a look at the offensive tackles. Or, for the seventh consecutive offseason, it's time to write about Michael Roos and David Stewart. Drafted in the same draft class back in 2005. Heck, the picks to draft them actually came in the same from Total Titans Read more »