With Chris Johnson breaking out of his slump over the past few weeks, Michael Griffin is now the biggest disappointment for the Titans this season.
He just hasn't shown the drive that you would want to see from a guy that's suppose to be the key veteran leader on defense.
However, Griffin should still have value on the trade market. The Titans still owe him a lot of money from his five-year deal that he signed this past offseason, but sometimes, you just have to cut your losses.
Griffin was signed to that deal under the hopes that he would anchor this young defense, but he's been far from that through these first 10 games.
His tackling has been the poorest you could ask for from an NFL player that is suppose to be of his caliber.
If the Titans can find a team to take over his contract, then they should jump all over it. Move on from Griffin, and go get a talented young safety in the draft.
Eric Reid out of LSU is a prospect that the Titans could go after in the first round if they choose to cut ties with Griffin.
It was great while it lasted, but Griffin has to go so this defense can begin to rebuild into a top defense once again.