June 19, 2017
The Tennessee Titans Sign WR Eric Decker to a one year deal for the 2017 season. The Titans, once again, make it clear they want a passing game for the 2017 season.
Decker was drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2010 as a third round draft pick. Since 2012 Decker has hauled in forty-three receiving touch downs which is good for fifth in the league.
He has tallied 385 receptions for 5,253 yards and has three one thousand yard seasons.
Decker was placed on the New York Jets injured reserve list last year after hip and shoulder surgery but returned as a full participant in the off season program.
Decker brings a top tier veteran quality to an already “stacked” receiving core for the Titans.
These new additions could pose a whole new problem for offensive coordinator Terry Robiskie. With so many talented wide receivers, how do you get them their catches and still maintain the run game?
The Titans, almost inevitably, will have some four receiver sets in their playbook this year as they have five receivers who would start on almost any team in the NFL.
Lining up any of these four receivers would be an intimidating situation for any opposing secondary.
When the Tennessee Titans Sign WR Eric Decker, it should create one of the most competitive cores in the league. This can only benefit the team.
Having this core battling it out for the top three spots will only elevate the teams passing game.
Titans wide receivers coach Frisman Jackson must be elated with the front office’s job this offseason giving him a ton of weapons to work with.
Tennessee Titans Sign WR Eric Decker