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Will the Titans' power-run game work? Paul Kuharsky asked the question, and ESPN writers for the AFC South teams answer. Mike DiRocco (Jaguars) feels that power-run football will always have a place in football, but feels the team needs to have the proper personnel to execute it, and he feels the Titans are getting close. Tania Ganguli (Texans) feels the power-run game can work, but you need the kind of defense that won't put you in early deficits. Mike Wells (Colts) thinks Murray and Henry will need to be Adrian Peterson-esque in order to make it work, and that this is still very much a passing league.
Quick Hit: Five potential first-round targets for the Titans in the 2017 NFL draft.
Zac Stacy went to High School with new Center Ben Jones (who drank his own urine once), and digs the dude. He has basically known Ben his whole life, and back in the day he would pick him up from school every day. Stacy also likes to credit Jones for getting him recruited. Recruits would come out to watch Jones, but would ask who the running back running behind him was. Zac states Jones is gritty, hard nosed, and is one of the toughest players he's ever played with or against.
Quick Hit: Who are the Titans' rivals?
That's all for today. Happy reading!