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You may be scratching your head about this one—let me help you out.
First of all, Michael Roos and David Stewart had great years, and they aren't going anywhere. Hooray for that, but what about the interior guys?
After all, run blocking was terrible, wasn't it? And anyway, isn't Jake Scott a free agent?
Well, yes, Scott is a free agent, but the run blocking wasn't as bad as you might think. Holes were there, they just weren't as big as they should be and they took a little longer to create.
Was it bad? Yes. Was it so horrible that the Titans will reach for Cordy Glenn in the first round to fix it? Of course not.
Here's a couple of things that show promise for the future: One, the Titans only allowed 24 sacks. For perspective, only the Saints had fewer (and Drew Brees gets rid of the ball a lot quicker than Hasselbeck).
The Titans are already an elite unit as far as pass blocking goes, they just need to improve run blocking. Oh yeah, one more thing: The Titans offensive line was one of the least penalized units in the NFL, and that's with Leroy Harris and Daniel Graham getting 13.
The Titans will be taking some interior line players in the draft, and as well as the unit is pass blocking, with some young run blockers in the mix, they'll be a great unit.