The New England Patriots were dominant for most of the past two decades, and it looks like the Tennessee Titans might try to replicate that success.
The Tennessee Titans are looking to figure out how to be a dominant franchise in the NFL, and with a relatively young organization, they’re looking to use some players from another organization that knows how to win championships.
The Titans are adding another former New England Patriot to its roster by signing punter Ryan Allen to replace Brett Kern. Allen spent six seasons in New England, where he was apart of three Super Bowl Championship teams.
It seems like ever since former Patriots front office employee Jon Robinson became the Titans general manager, the Titans have tried to replicate what the Patriots have by bringing in former players that know what a winning culture looks like.
It starts with the head coach, Mike Vrabel, who played for the Patriots during his NFL career. The Titans then followed up to sign multiple Patriots players, including Logan Ryan, Stephen Gostkowski, and now Allen.
Bringing in these guys won’t take your team from good to great, but they can help create a culture of winning and success within the locker room and on the field.
It can’t be the worst idea I’ve ever heard. I don;t know if it’ll work out how the Titans are hoping, but so far, Vrabel’s Titans have been able to continue to improve every year and this year seems to be no different.
Maybe the Titans can turn their success into a Super Bowl appearance in the next few years. That is if Vrabel can figure out the issues on the defensive side of the ball.