I’m a huge baseball fan (one of those weird stat geeks), and few things this time of year are able to draw my attention away from my favorite sport. That said, each year football comes close to dividing my attention, especially this time of year when we are afforded such wonderful opportunities to do what I love – analyze.
In just two short days, the Tennessee Titans 2014 Training Camp will be open to the public at Saint Thomas Sports Park, 460 Great Circle Road in MetroCenter. Admission and parking will be free, and there will be a total of eight practice sessions open to the public.Unfortunately, this Titans fan won’t be able to attend as I live in Alabama, but if you are lucky enough to still live in Tennessee (as I did for 31 years), and you live near to camp, then I hope you’ll take advantage.
As you know, you’ll have the opportunity to see running backs, corner backs, receivers, defensive and offensive lines, and many others position players compete for starting spots.
In this first of several previews to come in the next few days, we’ll be taking a look at some of the competition among the Titans, and today we start with a look at the Quarterbacks for the Titans for the 2014-15 Season, rank them in order of talent, and further analyze their strengths and weaknesses.
Let’s get started with the slideshow.