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The Tennessee Titans have added a lot of young talent to the roster and many of them are on the fast train to being fan favorites. Marcus Mariota continues to sell jerseys all over the country, Tre McBride is every Titans fan's favorite underdog, Jalston Fowler is a tough-nosed but versatile local product (Alabama), and David Cobb could finally be the tough running back everyone has wanted in Tennessee.

However, with good comes bad and a tweet I saw earlier this week made me ask the question, which guys are the least liked players or coaches on the team?


So here is my list of guys that come to mind immediately:

1. Andy Levitre

-Levitre has been a bust (although that could change soon based off of the end of last year) and until he turns it around he is indicative of an offseason that eventually led to the regression we saw on the field last year.

2. Blidi Wreh-Wilson

-The definition of potential that hasn't panned out. This place on the list was going to be Justin Hunter, but I am more sad for Justin Hunter than anything. Keep in mind that he has had CFL-caliber quarterbacks passing to him outside of Zach Mettenberger who hung him out to dry and got him laid out in route to a major surgery.

3. Wesley Woodyard

-Woodyard is another slow linebacker that failed to live up to expectations in the mold of Barrett Ruud, Moise Fokou and the rest.

4. Brian Schwenke

-For all the promise of his athletic potential and the right disposition to play the position, he just hasn't grown as an athlete. This is still essentially the same guy that lost a position battle against Rob Turner.

5. Michael Griffin

-While he is a team leader and led to eventually getting Brian Orakpo, his inconsistent play has really hurt the Titans long term. They can't replace a player who is always one year removed from a big season.