Under Jeff Fisher, the Titans were a run heavy, defense, field position team, but with Fisher gone, it appears they’ve gone in another direction. They spent a 1st round pick on a wide receiver, Kendall Wright, despite having 2 good under 30 ones, Kenny Britt and Nate Washington, and they also have a very good, young pass catching tight end in Jared Cook. They spent a 1st round pick on a quarterback last year. They also ranked 30th in the league in rushing attempts last year.
It appears things won’t be much different this year. In an interview, Nate Washington said he expects offensive coordinator Chris Palmer to install a more wide-open and explosive offense in 2012. They should be a fun and exciting young team to watch, especially if Jake Locker becomes their quarterback, as they compete for a playoff spot once again. In 2011, they were the only 9 win team to miss out on the playoffs.