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B/R top 1000 Tennessee Titans: Guards

How have the Titans investments panned out?

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Matt Miller is publishing his "B/R NFL 1000" rankings, where he goes over film and meticulously ranks and grades the performances of nearly every contributing member of each NFL team. This is a refreshing change from PFF rankings, which I enjoy but some people don't fully believe in.

This is his ranking of the Tennessee Titans guard position, and some of my thoughts on where they should be:

Fernando Velasco: #48

Interesting note: He is on this list

So, I'm not going to go too deep into this, but since he is one here I think he should be noted. His versatility and his ability to land starting time in this league is a credit to the kind of player he is. Hopefully he adds to a deep interior offensive line group for the Titans.

Andy Levitre: #41

Levitre was a huge offseason pick up a few years ago, but injuries have really ruined his career. While I would like slam Ruston Webster here, it is important to remember that Levitre was one of the best young offensive linemen when the Titans added him to the roster.

If Levitre truly is healthy this year, then hopefully the Titans get that dominating tandem of guards the expected to have two years ago.

Chance Warmack: #20

Warmack deserves to be right where he is on this list. During the start of the season, he looked like a mediocre guard that was drafted too high. However, during the last half of the season, he looked like a top-10 guard that was the mauler that the Titans fans were promised.

Now that Warmack has committed to football and conditioning all year, this should be his best season yet, which is great because the Titans need him now more than ever.