Here are three Titans that could help the Cleveland Browns
Losing in the playoffs is never easy but losing as the number one seed is even worse. The Tenessee Titans were not expected to lose to the Cincinnati Bengals, not with the return of Derrick Henry to the lineup. After all, the Titans went 6-3 without Henry, a feat many thought wouldn’t be possible due to his importance to the team. Their loss may be the Cleveland Browns’ gain, however.
This team is quickly getting older and while statistically speaking this team is very talented, they aren’t moving the needle when it matters most.
For example, look at Ryan Tannehill. He had a great season (PFF score of 83.6), and helped carry the Titans through that part of their season. Despite that, they couldn’t muster up enough to get the win. Now the Titans are looking at a window that’s closing fast. Henry is turning 29 and has been ran very hard by the team over the last four seasons. Tannehill may not be the answer but the Titans can’t move on from him, not without eating anywhere from $28 to $57 million dollars. There’s an opt-out after the 2022 season, however.
The team only has $6 million in salary-cap space, so a lot of guys on expiring deals will be gone, so will a few guys who can be cut costing too much against the cap. That means there will be some names that the Cleveland Browns can take advantage of.
So let’s look at three potential free agents that can help the Cleveland Browns in 2022.