- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans finished a distant second place in the AFC South with a 7-9 record that got their coach fired.
We’ve had some debate here over whether the roster is as good as they thought it was.
Per Pro Football Focus' All-AFC South Team, Tennessee has 50 percent of the best players in the division on offense and defense.
On defense, defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, defensive end Derrick Morgan, outside linebacker Akeem Ayers, cornerback Alterraun Verner, free safety Michael Griffin and strong safety Bernard Pollard are on the team.
The most questionable selection here in my eyes is Levitre, who was paired with Houston’s Brandon Brooks as the guards.
Wrote Khaled Elsayed: “(Levitre) came around toward the end of the year, but you can’t help feeling the Titans spent a little too much on Levitre. This division wasn’t exactly blessed with talent at guard outside of these two, with Brooks the only player to really step up and make a name for himself.”
Ayers is a weak selection as well. As Elsayed points out it's not a strong position in the division.