Tennessee Titans Depth Chart 2021 Tennessee Titans Depth Chart

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Tennessee will move forward with Ryan Tannehill after signing him to a multi-year deal. He will be the full-time starter after coming in later in the season leading Tennessee to a deep playoff run. Derrick Henry is back for another year, but free agency looms for him. They did draft Darrynton Evans as a backup who will take on the Dion Lewis role as he moved on this offseason. The wide receiver core will remain the same with AJ Brown as the number one and Tennessee will hope Corey Davis can produce after struggling so far in his NFL career. After being a backup tight end, Jonnu Smith will finally get the starting nod.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
Logan Woodside L. Woodside (2)
67
#40 QB
Wide Receiver WR
Fred Brown F. Brown (4)
67
#228 LWR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Wide Receiver WR
88
#18 RWR
Cameron Batson C. Batson (2)
68
#141 RWR
Cody Hollister C. Hollister (3)
67
#228 RWR
Tight End TE
Anthony Firkser A. Firkser (1)
76
#30 TE
Wide Receiver WR
Fred Brown F. Brown (4)
67
#228 LWR
Tight End TE
Anthony Firkser A. Firkser (1)
76
#30 TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Wide Receiver WR
88
#18 RWR
Cameron Batson C. Batson (2)
68
#141 RWR
Cody Hollister C. Hollister (3)
67
#228 RWR
Quarterback QB
Logan Woodside L. Woodside (2)
67
#40 QB
Skill Positions Depth Chart
Position POS
Wide Receiver WR
Tight End TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Wide Receiver WR
Quarterback QB
Running Back RB

Defense Depth Chart

Defensive Tackle DT
69
#67 DT
Woodrow Hamilton W. Hamilton (2)
67
#9 DT
Defensive Tackle DT
Bruce Hector B. Hector (2)
67
#93 DT
67
#71 DT
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
82
#32 OLB
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi O. Adeniyi (2)
67
#144 OLB
Jullian Taylor J. Taylor (3)
67
#80 OLB
Left Cornerback CB
Chris Jones C. Jones (3)
67
#134 CB
Strong Safety S
Dane Cruikshank D. Cruikshank (1)
67
#184 S
Free Safety S
Right Cornerback CB
Defensive Tackle DT
69
#67 DT
Woodrow Hamilton W. Hamilton (2)
67
#9 DT
Defensive Tackle DT
Bruce Hector B. Hector (2)
67
#93 DT
67
#71 DT
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
82
#32 OLB
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi O. Adeniyi (2)
67
#144 OLB
Jullian Taylor J. Taylor (3)
67
#80 OLB
Left Cornerback CB
Chris Jones C. Jones (3)
67
#134 CB
Strong Safety S
Dane Cruikshank D. Cruikshank (1)
67
#184 S
Free Safety S
Right Cornerback CB
Defense Depth Chart (3-4)
Position POS
Defensive End DE
Defensive Tackle DT
Defensive Tackle DT
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Left Cornerback CB
Strong Safety S
Free Safety S
Right Cornerback CB

Tennessee Titans Depth Chart FAQ

After a lengthy playoff run and strong second half to the season, Tennessee decided on Ryan Tannehill being their starting quarterback. He will be throwing to AJ Brown, who is coming off a very strong rookie season. Long time tight end, Delanie Walker, has retired and Jonnu Smith will finally step in as the starting tight end. Little has changed in the backfield as Derrick Henry will be a Titan for at least one more season. The Titans did draft his backup, Darrynton Evans to be a change of pace back for the season.

Who Are The Titans Starting Wide Receivers?

Corey Davis, AJ Brown, and Adam Humphries are the three starting wide receivers for the Titans. Brown had a breakout rookie season while Davis continued to slump, and Humphries was a third wheel in the offense.

Who Replaced Delanie Walker?

Long time tight end, Delanie Walker, has finally retired, and it leaves Jonnu Smith to finally get the start. Smith is a very talented young tight end who had to wait his turn behind one of the better tight ends.

Who Is Titans, 2nd String Quarterback?

With Marcus Mariota going to the Raiders, it leaves a major gap behind Ryan Tannehill. Logan Woodside is the backup quarterback, and Tennessee can't feel good about that being the case. Cole McDonald is a rookie who could overtake him.

What Is The Weakest Part Of The Titans Depth Chart?

The receiving core outside of AJ Brown has underproduced. Davis has failed to make an impact, and Humphries didn't quite replicate the small sample size of success he had in Tampa Bay. They still need some improvement.

Did The Titans Improve Their Offensive Line?

The Titans brought in a few names like Rodger Saffold and Dennis Kelly, but the offensive is not quite as good as the last few years given they have lost some quality names to free agency and retirement.

Who Backs Up Derrick Henry?

With Dion Lewis now in New York, the backup role now belongs to Darrynton Evans. He is a rookie out of Appalachian State who was drafted in the third round. Evans should see some passing-down work behind Henry.

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