2015 Depth Charts: Tennessee Titans
• Justin Hunter flashed serious potential as a rookie in 2013, but his performance dropped off in 2014. He definitely has the physical tools to be better than that, but we just need to see him prove it on the field.
• At right guard, Chance Warmack finished his second season strong. After some struggles early in his career, he was our 6th highest graded player at the position in the second half of 2014.
• The move to 3-4 defensive end hasn’t hurt Jurrell Casey much. Another strong season saw him finish the year as our 6th highest graded 3-4 end, with his ability as a pass rusher on show once again.
• Jason McCourty didn’t have a great season at cornerback, allowing 1,041 yards through the air, but he impressed in the two seasons previous so a drop below Good would be harsh. He’ll want to rebound in 2015 and get back to where he was before though.
Quarterback: Jake Locker’s time in Tennessee looks to be coming to an end, but who will start at quarterback for the Titans in 2015? Zach Mettenberger didn’t look great in his time as the starter in his rookie season, so it wouldn’t be a shock to see them draft a quarterback with their first round draft pick.
Wide Receiver: Regardless of who starts at quarterback, they need to to find some more targets for them, with Kendall Wright the only player at the position who stands out at this point. Hunter may come good, but that’s a big gamble to take.
Cornerback: We’re giving McCourty the benefit of the doubt that he’ll bounce back, but even if he does, the Titans still have holes at the position, with Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Coty Sensabaugh both struggling last year.