When the season ended we had no idea who the starting safeties would be in 2012 because both Jordan Babineaux and Michael Griffin were unrestricted free agents, but both guys were re-signed. The problem is the Titans have zero proven depth behind those guys. Don't be surprised if they add a guy when guys start getting cut during/after the preseason. Click through the jump for a more in-depth look at the safeties currently on the Titans' roster.
Last week, we took a look at the respective offenses of each of the ‘deemed’ contending teams – the good guys (the Houston Texans) and the old money trio of the Steelers, Ravens, and Patriots. While being a contender is nice, the goal here is to find out which team should be THE team to beat heading into the 2012 NFL season.
Hey look! It's time for more dorky, stats analysis! The kind of stuff that Bill Polian would call us all "geeks" for paying attention to. Personally, I'm not much of a stats guy, but I do enjoy seeing alternative systems used to track performance on the field. Far too much emphasis is put on things like 'QB wins,' or 'yards-per-carry,' and things like that. Mind you, that doesn't mean those sorts of stats are meaningless. With the NFL becoming more of a QB-driven league, the unfortunate side effect is 'QB wins' actually matter now. Sorry, but they do.