NFL Football Betting: Tennessee Titans Notable Offseason Moves

The Tennessee Titans had a rough year in 2013 as the team finished 6-10 and well out of the AFC playoff race. The team could not get its running game going, despite having a healthy Chris Johnson all season long. The offensive line became a point of even more scrutiny when quarterback Jake Locker continually took hits that put him out of games.

The Titans made moves in the offseason to improve their offensive line. One notable moves to bring in offensive lineman Adam Levitre from the Buffalo Bills. But knee problems have threatened Levitre’s season and have made him a non-factor in the Tennessee plans. There were plenty of other moves that the Titans made which could push the team closer to being a playoff contender in 2013.

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Every1bets USA Online Sports Betting Notable Change #1: The Signing of George Wilson
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The thing about safety George Wilson is that he started his NFL career as a wide receiver. When the Buffalo Bills could not justify keeping Wilson as a receiver, they gave him the option to become a safety. Wilson has gone on to be one of the better impact safeties in the NFL. When he signed with the Tennessee Titans, he helped to bring a new dimension to a defense that is already focusing on speed and power. Bringing George Wilson answers a lot of questions for the Titans and puts an important piece in place for Tennessee’s improving defensive secondary.

Every1bets USA Online Sports Betting Notable Change #2: Bringing in Gregg Williams.

The defensive coordinator directly associated with the New Orleans Saints’ “bountygate” has found a home in Tennessee. Before he was hired by the Titans, Williams was actually prepared to be the defensive coordinator in St. Louis for former Tennessee head coach Jeff Fisher. But Williams’ suspension forced the Rams to go in a different direction and forced Williams to wait. No one is denying the fact that Williams is one of the most effective defensive coordinators in the game today. But there will be a very strong microscope on the Tennessee Titans as long as Williams is in charge of the team’s defense. As for the product on the field, fans in Tennessee can start to get excited about the bright future of the team’s defense.

Every1bets USA Online Sports Betting Notable Change #3: Kenny Britt is ready to play.

Now that wide receiver Jared Cook has left Tennessee for greener pastures, that opens the door for former star receiver Kenny Britt to re-claim his spot as the number one receiver. Britt spent the offseason getting healthy and staying out of jail. If Britt can keep himself on the field this season and out of a hospital room or a jail cell, then he could be the big piece to the deep passing game that quarterback Jake Locker has been needing for quite a while.

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