Music City Miracles

● By Justin Melo
The Tennessee Titans are just weeks away from an important draft. An offense that’s led by the talents of Ryan Tannehill, Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown has lost some important secondary pieces this offseason. The departures of Jonnu Smith, Corey Davis and Adam Humphries has left the team incredibly top-heavy on that side of the ball. The signing of Josh Reynolds helps some, but the Titans need more at the receiver position. At tight end, Anthony Firkser and Geoff Swaim are currently the guys. They offer different skill-sets. Firkser is a glorified receiver that hasn’t done much blocking in Tennessee. On the other hand, Swaim is an excellent run blocker that offers little in the passing game. Both of these positions should be addressed during this month’s draft.