In recent years, the Tennessee Titans lacked a vision of how to alter the offensive game plan to throw defenses off. They ran the same bland scheme, focusing on pounding the ball without the personnel to do so, and couldn’t develop any sort of consistency in moving the ball.
We’re not even a week into organized team activities and new head coach Ken Whisenhunt is already showing that creativity this team was severely lacking.
Whiz: Feel like #Titans can get some FB production out of Jackie Battle.
— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) May 27, 2014
Battle has the perfect skill set to line up as a fullback, blocking for Bishop Sankey and/or Dexter McCluster.
He’s a big back (6’2″, 240 pounds) who excels at blocking and short-yardage runs. He’s not extremely quick, but Battle can get the job done.
If Battle doesn’t assume the full-time fullback duties, Collin Mooney will be the primary blocker.