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Coming into the 2022 NFL season, the Tennessee Titans looked to have a very good chance of finishing first in the AFC South.
But instead, they finished 7-10, as they cycled through three different starting quarterbacks.
On Monday, they made a move to help provide starting QB Ryan Tannehill with some more protection, as they signed offensive tackle Andre Dillard.
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Dillard played the previous three seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles, and he appeared in Super Bowl LVII as a member of the team, only to experience a heart-wrenching 38-35 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
He was originally the 22nd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft by the Eagles after playing three years of college ball at Washington State University.
The Titans allowed the sixth-most sacks in 2022 with 49, and adding Dillard will give the team some more depth on its offensive line.
Moving forward, they still need lots of help at wide receiver in order to improve on an offense that finished 28th in passing touchdowns and 30th in passing yards this past season.
After A.J. Brown departed to join Philly, Tennessee had only one wideout that finished with over 500 yards in 2022 — Robert Woods, who was released by the team and is now joining the Houston Texans.
Running back Derrick Henry is their chief weapon, and although he had 1,538 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2022, there are some concerns about his viability moving forward, as he’s coming off a Jones fracture he suffered during the 2021 campaign.
Tennessee has some work to do if it is to catch the Jacksonville Jaguars, who finished first in the division and figure to be even better in 2023.
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